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DMI Investigations is the answer to all your needs. DMI Asset Investigations' network of independent asset investigators and collection attorneys is ready to assist you. Our asset investigators have access to databases with 30 billion records from government and public sources to assist in our investigation to uncover hidden assets. Our bonded collection attorneys have twenty-plus years of experience exclusively in post-judgment collections. Nationwide Asset Investigations is a member of the following associations: American Collectors Association, Dun & Bradstreet, Equifax, and Experian Credit Bureaus. Furthermore, we maintain an A+ with the Better Business Bureau.

Divorce Asset Investigation:

Unfortunately, it's not uncommon for spouses to try to hide their assets during a controversial divorce. Here are some common ways a spouse undervalues ​​or hides her assets. Antiques, fine art, hobby gadgets, gun collections, and gadgets that are overlooked or underappreciated. Look for antique furniture, original paintings, and collectible rugs in your spouse's office. Income is not reported on tax returns and financial statements. Travelers cash in the form of her checks. You may be able to find these by tracking your bank account deposits and withdrawals. A custody account is set up in the child's name using the child's social security number. Series EE Investments in municipal bearer bonds or savings bonds. They are not registered with the IRS and will not appear on your bank statement. (The government is phasing out these bonds after realizing they are suffering heavy losses.) Arrangements with employers to defer bonuses, stock options, or salary increases until property or income is considered separate property (for example, after separation or finalized divorce). Debt repayment to a friend for wrong debt. Spending on friends such as gifts, travel, rent, college, or tuition.


A retirement account that your spouse never tells you about. In addition, business owners may try to hide assets by Scoop cash out of the store. Payroll to non-existent employees. Checks expire after divorce. Money paid by the company to parties such as fathers, mothers, girlfriends, boyfriends, etc. for services not actually performed (which will be returned to the spouse after the divorce is finalized). Delay signing long-term business contracts until after the divorce. While this may seem like a smart plan, it is considered a concealment of assets if it is intended to devalue the company. Finding these items or obtaining the necessary evidence to prove their existence can be difficult. For example, you can take an affidavit (legal interview) from your spouse's boss or payroll and ask questions about income and bonuses. If you don't answer honestly, you risk being charged with perjury. However, you may also need to hire a forensic accountant or private investigator. (A forensic accountant is an accountant trained to investigate accounting practices in order to gather evidence that can be used in court.) An attorney can usually refer you to these experts. For more information on how to find hidden assets, see:

Assets can be disguised by transferring to family or business associates or creating accounts in children's names. Transfer funds to a 401k or pension plan and provide fraudulent loans to the company's business. Divorce proceedings become emotional and turn into marital property disputes. An asset check ensures that all assets are verified before entering divorce mediation. Our goal is to help you identify hidden assets and end painful situations. Wealth Finder can identify bank accounts, financial markets, certificates of deposit, brokerage accounts, safe deposit boxes, real estate, cars, planes, and ships. Investigators receive balances and recent deposits at financial institutions. In addition, our research includes credit activity, liens, judgments, bankruptcy filings, mortgages, and credit line balances.


  • Judgment Asset Investigation

  • Divorce & Child Support

  • Estate & Probate

  • Personal Injury Settlement

  • Medical Malpractice Settlement

  • Debt Collection

  • Identify Assets Prior to Initiating Litigation

  • Fraud & Embezzlement

  • Investment Due Diligence

  • Business Partner Investigation

  • Locate Bank Accounts, Safety Deposit Boxes, Certificates of Deposits & Money Markets

  • Locate Nationwide Brokerage Accounts with Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds

  • Locate Real Property, Motor Vehicles, Watercraft, and Aircrafts

  • Identify Social Security Numbers and Federal Identification Numbers

  • Identify Liens, Judgments, UCC filings, Bankruptcies, Investigate Corporate Secretary of State Records

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