When you need to know the truth, look no further than our licensed, professional team of female private investigators. Throughout our years of dedicated experience, we have assisted individuals, businesses and legal teams with a wide variety of investigations, including:
- Capital Murder
- Corporate Investigations
- Child Custody
- Insurance Fraud
- Missing Persons
- Process Service
- and Security Compliance
Look below for more information about child custody, domestic, and corporate investigations. If you are in need of a private investigator, please do not hesitate to contact us today - we're here to help.
There are two kinds of custody: legal custody and physical custody. Custody battles most often arise in a divorce or separation, requiring a court’s determination of which parent, relative or other adult should have physical and/or legal control and responsibility for a minor (child) under 18. When both parents share custody of a child after a divorce it is called joint custody. Joint custody may be either legal or physical custody. Physical custody designates where the child will actually live, whereas legal custody gives the custodial person(s) the right to make decisions for the child’s welfare. Child custody can be decided by a local court in a divorce or if a child, relative, close friend or state agency questions whether one or both parents is unfit, absent, dead, in prison or dangerous to the child’s well-being. In such cases custody can be awarded to a grandparent or other relative, a foster parent or an orphanage or other organization or institution.
The basic consideration on custody matters is supposed to be the best interests of the child or children.
Private Investigators can be essential in documenting if there is a violation in a court order. Often times, the custodial parent is not within the parameters of the Judge’s court order:
- Whether there be a boyfriend/girlfriend living in the house with the custodial parent
- The child is around individuals specifically outlined in the court order not to be in the presence of the child
- If the custodial parent spends no time with the child and always “farms” the child/children out to friends/relatives for reasons other than “work”
- Either parent has a license suspension and is driving with children in the car
- There can be a number of reasons one would want to document activities that can be of value in a court case.
What are the signs of infidelity?
Cell Phones, Text Messages and E-mail Can Help You Spot Spouse’s Affair
- If you have a “feeling” or there are “red flags” then chances are you need to search further
- A spouse who never leaves a cell phone “around” is hiding something.
- Discovery of a PO Box for billing purposes on any credit card or account should cause concern.
- A phone you didn’t know existed is discovered. There is an unknown number that continually appears in the caller log or the phone bill (if you still have sight of it).
- Is your spouse constantly on the computer and this behavior is not normal?
- Is your spouse receiving text messages when he/she never received them before?
- Do calls come in late at night or do the caller’s hang up?
- Have you discovered a new e-mail account? Has an old e-mail account suddenly disappeared?
- Has there been a charge on the credit card that you know was not a purchase or gift you received?
- Is your spouse late returning from work and never was before?
Corporate InvestigationsCorporate Investigations can range from locating missing equipment from a job site, missing appliances from inside a house under construction, missing copper, etc.
It can be “shrink” inside your local grocery store or your favorite department store. On these types of cases we have 18 years of Undercover Investigative experience. If the corporation does not want to conduct an undercover investigation, our agency can conduct interviews with employees regarding the issues at hand.
There might be sexual harassment within the workplace, and you may need it documented. There could be drug use on the job, OSHA violations at an automotive shop, theft of time, safety violations, etc- there are numerous reasons why an Investigative agency would be hired.
Perhaps an employee terminated employment suddenly- that employee has a company computer with proprietary information on it. Perhaps they have a company phone, and they are avoiding your calls and requests to have the items returned.
Often times a person in a management, upper management, vice president position signed a “Non Compete” agreement upon hire. That person has now left your employment and you have heard rumors that they are working for a “competing company”. Hire an Investigator to document who they are employed by, and their position.
Insurance Fraud-worker’s Comp is ramped throughout the country. You have an employee that has been hurt on the job. He or she has seen the doctor, and the doctor has placed “restrictions” on that person-whether it be not lifting items over a certain weight, not sitting for long periods of time, not bending, or staying out of work for a certain or indefinite period of time, etc. A co worker has just driven past the local hardware store and has seen this recently injured employee lifting bags of landscaping materials and bricks, etc. Your company wants it verified and on film!