Our Business Ownership Search Includes One (1) State & One (1) County

Our business ownership searches can be very illuminating. Many people who work full-time for an employer also have business activities on the side. Whether the purpose is to generate tax write-offs, or to monetize a hobby or passion like art or music—any full asset check needs to determine whether the subject of the investigation is involved in or owns a business.

Accordingly, our business ownership searches seek records from Secretary of State corporation filings; county fictitious name records, and business license data, to determine whether an individual is an owner, or part owner, of an operating business.

Our search includes corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), and a fictitious business name (“DBA”) search in one (1) county and one (1) state.

This information can be highly useful in planning a lawsuit, collecting a debt or before filing a personal injury lawsuit—any time a potential defendant’s assets need to be found.

Our Business Ownership Search always includes a written report of our findings.

Note: We cannot obtain any information in violation of federal banking privacy laws pertaining to banks and investment institutions, including without limitation the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999, commonly known as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act; and, in particular, the financial privacy rules codified at 15 U.S. Code §§ 6801-6809; and the provisions of 15 USC §§ 6821-6827, and related statutes.

Business Ownership Search – $100.00

Our turn-around time for this report is 1 business day.