Skip tracing, or debtor and fugitive recovery - is the process of locating a person's whereabouts for any number of purposes. A skip tracer is someone who performs this task, which may be the person's primary occupation.
ABA Legal Document Service maintain the most up to date facilities available to enable us to locate your missing debtor. This is a specialised field and our office has trained professionals capable of assisting you. We are able to offer fast and efficient location/skip tracing services. We identify and execute the most cost effective location technique relevant to the matter. We utilise all databases available and have developed a number of internal procedures that achieve consistent results.
Location searching requires expertise, innovation, and good data management. In difficult matters, our experience enables us to employ alternate methods of inquiry to locate witnesses. This facility is crucial when persons are not listed on electronic databases or have a name so common that the listings are too numerous to be of practical value
With our valued association with local Security firms we are able to provide all forms of security and private investigation.
Our office has experienced staff able to attend Examination Hearings to all courts between Caloundra and Noosa. Court examinations are conducted in all Courts on a regular basis, providing our Clients with a comprehensive view of a debtor’s current financial position. We use these opportunities to meet the debtor’s face to face to encourage the debtors to put forward a responsible installment plan, offer to settle or pay out the debt.
Experienced in debt collection our team know the questions to ask and what to look for to enable a positive result for the Creditor. A new service we have found is of great assistance to our Clients is the Pre-litigation Home Examination. These are conducted at the debtor’s home and give Clients a snap shot of the Debtor’s true position. The Home Examination is an excellent tool to make a more informed decision as to whether to spend more valuable collection dollars on issuing legal action that has little likelihood of success.