When someone dies, you need asset information to settle the estate, and also want to recover photos or other memories stored on their digital device. Our forensic experts examine digital devices like smartphones, tablets, and computers to recover important photos, messages, documents, or other digital assets.
- Recover virtual assets on digital device – photos, videos, and documents.
- Find clues to uncover financial accounts and other assets.
- Flat Fee Services – Smartphones, computers, and tablets.
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Forensic Examination for Digital Assets
We use a multi-step approach that will unlock the phone at the earliest possible time and at the least cost to you, with flat-fee pricing. There is no charge for emails, meetings, phone calls, or hard drives to store the data. Review our flat-fee services here.
With our digital forensic analysis tools, we analyze computer hard drives, iPhones and iPads, Android or Windows-based smartphones or tablets. We will help you find virtual assets such as financial and social media accounts to help you recover both memories and important information to assist in closing the estate.
- Mac Computers
- Windows Computers
- Financial Files: Quickbooks, Quicken, QuickTax, and more.
- Text Files: MS Word, PDFs, WordPerfect, Rich text, etc.
- Spreadsheet Files: Numbers, Excel, and others.
- Database Files: SQL, MS Access, FileMaker, etc
- And many more!
Find Financial Assets to Settle Probate
While hard copies of wills, trusts and insurance policies may be kept in a safe or bank safe deposit box, today many assets may only exist in virtual space. Our goal is to help you close the estate quickly and efficiently. This requires identifying all assets and debts. We will look for and recover hidden or deleted bank statements, tax returns, or insurance policies all of which will help to identify the assets and unpaid debts.
Locate Digital Assets to Preserve Photos & Memories
Locating the photos, videos, messages, and social media accounts may have an invaluable, non-financial impact for family, friends, and colleagues. Our forensic analysis can help identify these digital assets as the first step to securing the long-term memories they hold.