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  • How A Private Investigator Can Help In Your Child Custody Case?
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    How A Private Investigator Can Help In Your Child Custody Case?

How A Private Investigator Can Help In Your Child Custody Case?

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 [...]

March 20th, 2020|Child Custody|
  • 7 Ways a Private Investigator can help your Law Firm Win More Cases and Grow Your Practice
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    7 Ways a Private Investigator can help your Law Firm Win More Cases and Grow Your Practice

7 Ways a Private Investigator can help your Law Firm Win More Cases and Grow Your Practice

A Private Investigative Company like works with an Attorney to obtain the best results for their Clients.  With over 1.2 million attorneys in the US and 80,000 taking the bar exam every year, the need for assistance in providing the court with accurate information is extremely high.  We have many attorneys requesting our services on behalf of their Clients.  An attorney must have the facts and many times, hiring an Investigative Company is the most effective approach to obtain pertinent information to present to the court.

Consider the following common scenario: an attorney schedules a consultation with a prospective Client, but the Client’s story just doesn’t add up. Sometimes Clients forget some of the facts, but sometimes they are trying to be misleading. Many [...]

February 2nd, 2017|Private Investigations|