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In our series on finding hidden assets, we move to the next stages of aggressively collecting on the judgment you have won in court.  The next stop, finding a defendant’s workplace.

Finding the Defendant’s Workplace

You will want to know where the defendant works. You can choose to do this yourself or hire a skip-tracer who has experience in this area. The skip-tracer will follow the defendant to their workplace while also evading any suspicion.  A rented or borrowed car may be the best idea so as to avoid recognition. Beyond seeing the person in question walk into an office building, you will want to confirm. If done correctly, sometimes calling the office or going into the building could get you more information. One option would be to pretend to call as a potential employer or as someone selling a large item like a car to the person in question. With this approach, you may be able to get information regarding his or her income, job title, time at the company, frequency of pay, and potential bonuses. You may be surprised with how much information you are able to obtain.

Taroff & Taitz is Long Island’s premier debt collection attorney.  We represent creditors in many actions, from debt collection to bankruptcy.   Call today if you are having issues with debtors hiding assets, or for any other matter in which your rights as a creditor are being infringed on.


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