1. Why Private Investigators Are Good at Serving Subpoenas

    Sometimes people avoid you at every turn. You may be a landlord trying to evict a tenant who has not paid their rent. Or an abused spouse trying to serve divorce papers. This is when a private investigator can help. What is a Subpoena? A subpoena is merely legal paperwork that is drawn up by an attorney, court representative or government official. The subpoena is official binding paperwork that i…Read More

  2. How Private Investigators Help Find Missing Persons

    There are thousands upon thousands of missing person cases filed every year. However, this doesn't include those that have not been reported as a missing person. This problem is mainly due to the narrow definition of the term "missing person." Police will only become involved if the person has been missing for a certain amount of time, and they likely will not help if the person has been missing f…Read More

  3. How Private Investigators Help Sensitive Family Cases

    Decades of mystery novels, crime dramas, and movies portray private investigators with the long khaki trench coat and magnifying glass. Real life private investigators do a lot more than run around in a trench coat. In addition to criminal investigation, PI’s can catch identity thieves, run background checks, expose fraud, and even help in family cases. There are several scenarios in which priva…Read More

  4. Five Situations a PI Can Help Resolve

    Is there a personal or legal situation you are dealing with, but are not sure how to address? Both individuals and organizations often come across problems that require a little extra manpower in order to clear up the situation. Private investigators often provide the solution to many of these situations. This is because PI’s have a wide range of skill sets along with exceptional detective work.…Read More

  5. What Is the Difference Between a PI and a Police Officer

    The entertainment industry has a long and storied history of blending fact and fiction, but few of those blends cause as much confusion as the difference between a PI and a police officer. Police enforce the law. They have extra responsibilities and must answer to a chain of command. They have to account for every action to prove their dedication to public safety and the law. As citizens, the law …Read More