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  1. #1
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    How can I hide my name from public acessment records

    What is the name of your state?Hello,I am a homeowner and was wondering If there is anything I can do to hide my name on the deed to my house so someone couldnt search the public acessment records and find my adress.I have a pretty risky job and I dont want to risk the welfare of my family.Someone could just take one of my buisness cards and than look me up and find my adress.Is there a way you can hide this information or at least make it harder for someone to find you?
    Thanks in advance


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    See an estate attorney who can create a trust.


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    Quote Originally Posted by garrula lingua View Post
    See an estate attorney who can create a trust.
    Even then, your name would show up on public records.

    Plus post office records.

    It's getting harder and harder to hide!


    There are two rules for success:

    (1) Never tell everything you know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiki bumba View Post
    so someone couldnt search the public acessment records and find my adress.I have a pretty risky job and I dont want to risk the welfare of my family.Someone could just take one of my buisness cards and than look me up and find my adress.Is there a way you can hide this information or at least make it harder for someone to find you?
    Thanks in advance
    Give me your business card and I can BE you in an hour or less. With your business card I can find you in a matter of minutes on the internet.

    So what is the real reason you do not want to be found?


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    If someone really wants to find you, they will be able to do it no matter what you do.


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    Hmmm, I'm thinking the reason is more along the lines that your local government printed and published a list of the county's biggest tax-cheats, and maybe your name appeared? Or perhaps we're in a messy divorce and the soon-to-be ex-wife is getting smart enough to search neighboring county land records for your name? C'mon, I'm borderline retarded and I'm not buying this post at face value.

    BTW:
    The answer you're looking for is in the first reply to your question.


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    Maybe he is a repo man?????????????

    I suppose you could title it in a company or other DBA name? Again, a search of public records would probably bring it up, but not everyone could do it.


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    No! NO! He actually is a secret terrorist, double agent, spy! He's afraid the bad guys (or is it the good guys?) will find him!


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