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Private Investigators UK Offer Help When It Comes to Asset Tracing


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Upon reading the article published in The Telegraph, dated 04 Jun 2014: Facebook and Twitter used to track hidden wealth in divorce cases, Private Investigators UK disclose how they solve a problem of asset tracing.

(PRWEB UK) 11 July 2014

As reported by the article in The Telegraph, dated 04 Jun 2014 by Miranda Prynne: Facebook and Twitter used to track hidden wealth in divorce cases, judges will allow lawyers to go through peoples accounts on social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, in cases where asset tracing in needed in order to determine whether one or both spouses have acquired hidden wealth. This evidence is to be used mostly for the divorce proceedings. One of the solicitors shed some light some on the subject, saying that social network account are becoming a good source of evidence for the divorce proceedings, since they contain a lot of personal data, among which can be information about hidden assets.

Lawyers will be allowed to obtain court orders for disclosure of private information from peoples social media accounts without their knowledge, as explained by fraud and asset recovery specialist, Steven Philippsohn. Normal privacy laws which stand are usually overridden by these court orders when fraud is suspected to have taken place, and hiding assets can be considered as such.

In light of the article published in The Telegraph (, private detectives at Private Investigators UK took the opportunity to provide some advice and share their expertise when it comes to cases involving asset tracing. When it comes to that, they are considered to be best, with skills and tools that are essential in solving cases of this type. Asset tracing services are often needed during the divorce proceeding, although their application is much wider, as witnessed by the detectives at Private Investigators UK. Their expertise in asset tracing helps client solve both personal and professional issues. For example, asset tracing is crucial when one spouse is hiding valuable assets, or after the death of a family member, when it is necessary to determine what assets he or she left behind. Also, asset tracing services by Private Investigators UK can help peoples business. Finding out everything there is to know asset-wise is a must, especially if a person or a company is looking to collaborate, partner up, or merge with another company. Its better to be safe than sorry, and private detectives at Private Investigators UK can make sure you always have your facts straight.

Christie Moore, chief investigator at Private Detectives UK, would like to invite potential clients to come to the agency and informs them about its asset tracing services. Mr Moore also went on to say: It is always important what assets you or somebody close to you has at their disposal. If those assets are kept hidden from you, you have the right to know. But, you cannot wait for the evidence to reveal itself, or rely on court orders, which are often denied. Come to our agency, and we will find them for you.

Christie Moore can be reached on 02036332458.

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