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What does a Private Investigator do?

What does a Private Investigator do?

A private detective and investigator searches for clues to gather evidence for court cases or private clients. They interview people, verify information, conduct surveillance, find missing persons, and gather vital facts for cases. Depending on

How to Win Child Custody

Best Interest Standard for Child Custody

In most states, the court can consider any factor in a custody case, and then based on the weight of all of the evidence presented, the judge will determine the custody arrangement that is in

Can a PI Hack a Cell Phone?

Cell Phone Records Investigations
What are cell phone records investigations?

Cell phone records are lists of calls made to and from a cell phone. In some cases, the cost of cell phone calls is also included in the information provided through this

Is it legal to hire a Private Investigator in Charlotte NC?

Individuals, corporate representatives and attorneys hire private investigators for a variety of reasons, including suspicions of infidelity, insurance fraud and hidden assets.

Hiring a private investigator is not an everyday task, which means most people are unsure of where to start their search and by

Child Custody Investigations North Carolina

Role of Private Investigators in Child Custody Cases

⇒ When Should You Hire a Private Investigator?
» What is a Private Investigator’s Role?

Many child custody cases are heated and involve allegations from both sides lodged against each other. Having a private investigator can

Infidelity Investigations

Posted On: September 2nd, 2021 Posted In: Adultery, Surveillance

Using Surveillance for Divorce and Infidelity Cases

One common reason why private investigators are contacted is to confirm whether or not a spouse or partner is cheating.
This information can be used for a number of reasons. Private investigators often have

Child Custody Investigations NC

Surveillance North Carolina

Fixed surveillance is better known as a “stakeout,” where investigators or officers will observe suspects from a distance for as long as it takes to acquire the evidence needed. Stakeouts are often paired with vehicle surveillance, where an investigator will follow the