Background / Asset Investigations

Background investigations are conducted to establish the subject's true identity, social security number, residence address, business ownership and interests, or other income sources. A thorough search of the subject's civil and criminal background history will be carried out, where the subject currently resides and the region of his/her previous residence. In addition, a background investigation will regularly include the subject's driving history, bankruptcies, civil judgments, notices of default or foreclosure and any city, state or federal tax liens.

Fischer Investigations specializes in getting background information on individuals and corporations. Our background checks are unique because we offer our clients the opportunity to tailor the background check to fit their particular needs. When you call us, you speak to an Investigator who will take the time to listen to you and take in our case information. We will then consult with you on what areas should be checked in order to accomplish the objectives of your background investigation.

Don't waste your time with online background information sites that offer unreliable and outdated information. Fischer Investigations has access to database records that are not available to the general public. This ability allows us to quickly access millions public records throughout Connecticut and beyond. Many background checks require a creative approach and we may suggest surveillance and/or a trash pull in order to provide additional details about the subject of the background check.

Regardless of why you need a background investigation, Fischer Investigations will provide you with experienced, professional advice from a licensed private investigator.

Asset Searches

An asset search is conducted to locate and identify assets such as real property interests; vehicles, aircraft or watercraft ownership; business ownership interests; income sources; and liabilities such as civil litigation, judgments, tax liens, defaults and bankruptcies. Assessment of each matter will often present further information which will be detailed in our report. Investigative field work will often be conducted to verify our findings and to obtain additional information.

Fischer Investigations will uncover assets which are essential to executing civil judgments and will prepare our clients for litigation by determining the opposing party's net value.