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- Civil Case Investigation – A civil investigation helps uncover and assemble the information needed for a civil trail. A civil trial is the opposite of a criminal trail. In most cases, this type of court case involves two individual citizens who are arguing about an issue that relates to their rights as citizens.
- Criminal Investigation – A criminal investigation is an undertaking that seeks, collects, and gathers evidence for a case or specific purpose. A criminal investigator looks for clues and evidence to determine whether a crime has taken place. If a crime has been committed, criminal investigators may look into the background of the accused and may try to uncover who committed the crime.
- Service of Process – According to the due process of the law, each person has a right to be notified if legal action is taken against them and also has a right to know if court actions are taken in their case. To ensure that everyone is adequately informed of court actions, the law stipulates that legal documents pertaining to these actions must be delivered in person.
- Missing Persons – Locate someone who is not easy to find, a qualified missing persons investigator will be able to use advanced techniques to help find the individual.
- Heir Location – The government creates public documents or records to record significant events in an individual’s life. Events such as a marriage, a judgment in court, a home purchase, and military service are common examples of public records. When investigating a company or an individual, consulting these records through searches can be one of the best ways to outline someone’s background and history.
- Surveillance – Surveillance is the close observation of a person, place, or object. It is the practice of watching a subject in order to document and identify any of the contact, interactions, or whereabouts of the subject.
- Skip Traces – A skip trace is an investigative technique that traces (or finds) an individual, generally one who has skipped out on a legal or financial obligation, but it is not limited to those matters. These investigations are commonly used to track down defendants who have missed court appearances or skipped bail, locate individuals who need to be served with legal documents, or track down a person on behalf of a debtor.