Locating People, Property & Assets
Strategies and forensics
- Product Number: 2220101P01
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1 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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Clients and other parties are not always forthcoming about disclosing assets, such as bank accounts, investment accounts, property, or corporate entities—especially when facing adversities such as being confronted with an unfavorable judgment, probate matters, divorce, or payments for alimony or child support. As counsel, you are often expected to advise and resolve. But what do you do when you can’t find the party and/or their assets, or you suspect assets are being hidden? Hear from a private investigator, a forensic accountant, and computer forensics expert on how to find both the people and the assets.
Agenda & Materials
When and How to Seek the Assistance of a Private Investigator, Forensic Accountant or Computer Forensics Expert
How to Communicate and Set Client Expectations
How You as Counsel Can Help the Private Investigator, Forensic Accountant or Computer Forensic Expert Help You
How to Identify When Bank Accounts or Investment Accounts May Be Missing
Steps to Take for When and How to Use Computer Forensics
Identifying and Locating Funds Moved to Hidden Accounts
Tips for Discovering Hidden Property
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