Category Archives: White-Collar Crime Generally
As “A Surreptitious Search For Money Hidden In Divorce & Other Cases” explains, law enforcement databases may house confidential information about a person’s assets. Private investigators & the general public cannot lawfully access these law enforcement databases/computers. This is the 5th post in my series about what private investigators can and cannot do legally when searching for assets: NJ.com reporter…
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When vast sums of money are hidden in a bank account there is usually an electronic trace or other kind of money trail. A skilled investigator may help detect the money trail, as suggested by my 2010 post Secreting Assets Without A Border Trace. The post quoted “Roger” a former foreign intelligence officer who was…
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This is the 3rd post in my private investigator series discussing what private investigators can and cannot do legally when searching for assets. My January 6th post mentions that on behalf of clients, former attorney Mary Nolan and her private investigator conspired to place illegal wiretaps in cars. Their clients were reportedly never accused of…
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I first published this post on December 14, 2007 and it is now the 12th post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series. As shown below, a divorcing spouse’s effort to valuate marital assets occasionally raises tax fraud or other criminal law issues. Furthermore, assets and income can be concealed by pocketing cash; using a business bank account […]
The post “An Asset Search, Tax Fraud & Divorce” was first published at the Asset Search Blog on January 16, 2008. It is republished below as the seventh post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series. The post describes my investigation of a divorcing husband. While I was the divorcing wife’s attorney, I discovered the husband […]
This is the first post in the “Divorce & Hidden Money” series: During ultra-high net worth divorces, one party can conceal vast sums of money from the other by going offshore. Stated differently, divorcing spouses may hide their wealth by utilizing cross-border elements, as money launderers do. The Financial Action Task Force mentions these elements at a F.A.Q. […]