It doesn’t take an investigator to determine what is an essential business and what is a non-essential business, nor does it take an investigator to observe the closed signs on business doors, the empty parking lots around the city or the lack of traffic. The decrease in activity is obvious. From our observation, what has increased is the number of emails that are asking us to make purchases for various goods and services, but don’t expect to get your hands on certain paper products. What’s up with individuals hoarding toilet paper, cleaning supplies, or paper products in general, to include various medical supplies needed for health care workers? How much disinfecting is needed in one household? We’ve racked our brains here trying to come up [...]
Whenever there is an election year, a downward spiral in our economy, and a potentially dangerous outbreak, such as the coronavirus, we are all affected. We hold on to the reporter’s words, we fact find and we communicate our concerns with one another. The water cooler talk at work is topic-specific depending on what is happening in the world. We are so focused on what may or may not affect us regarding world events, we let our guards down regarding day to day life. All we want is to protect our families, our jobs, and make sure that we take every precaution to avoid any type of catastrophe. Basically, we attempt to take measures to avoid being negatively affected. Searching for answers is what we [...]
Custody and Divorce cases are probably the most difficult cases to investigate. A quote by Jonathan Edwards: “There are always two sides to every story” and indeed there are. Between both lies the truth. In this blog we will concentrate on “Custody”: Usually the court awards custody prior to the final decree when the divorce is final, or at the original custody hearing. When physical custody is awarded to a sole parent it has either been a joint decision or one parent has been proven in court to be unfit. Unfit could suggest that one parent isn’t financially able to care for the children on a fulltime basis, or that one parent isn’t employed, doesn’t have proper living quarters, etc. Additionally, unfit could indicate an [...]
Why To Hire A Professional To Perform A Personal Background Check When You Can Find “All Of The Info” Online Yourself?
Life gives us choices, to remain single, to get married, to buy that business, to obtain a degree or choose a life career, and in each life choice there are situations and circumstances that may arise that create doubt, the need to find the truth. I blog a lot about truth! It’s my area of my expertise being a private investigator. I have been single; I have been married and I have started a business and with all, I have had the opportunity to easily find the answers to my questions or concerns. I had the tools to determine what was true and what was not. Not so different as being an electrician and fixing wiring problems, or a plumber and unclogging a sink, a [...]