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 Re: White Investigations
Posted by  JanetK_CA on 2/13/18 3:32pm

Never worked with those guys, but have received some work in the past from law firms that specialize in asset recovery. Usually, it's just a few disclosures and agreements. The thing to beware of (speaking generally here), is that sometimes signers are approached by these companies and weren't aware of the asset that the firm says they have rights to. And sometimes they haven't seen the documents (imagine that!), so they either want to read them first or, as with the last one I did, run it by their own attorney. Risk of a no sign could be high, so make sure they'll pay you regardless. Just depends on the person and how that firm handles it.

Sometimes these are easy peasy.
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