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Private Invesitgators Law Firms

Below is a short list of services that private investigators can provide to law firms.

Even with all this, there are hundreds of other things that can be added. For the sake of brevity, we’ve narrowed down that list to 44 things.

Ultimately, private investigators find “information” or “facts,” but that’s not nearly as entertaining as #44 on our list: “Tell you what those bastards are up to!”

1Find a current address or former addresses

2Determine date of birth, known aliases and/or Social Security number

3Locate birth, death, marriage and/or divorce filings

4Locate a beneficiary for a probate proceeding

5Unearth information someone is trying to keep hidden

6Research current and/or historical property holdings and market value

7Locate bankruptcy records, judgments, liens and Uniform Commercial Code filings

8Help you manage sensitive situations

9Locate, retrieve and analyze local, state and federal civil and criminal lawsuits

10Identify and obtain copies of police reports, arrest records and mugshots

11Provide independent analysis

12Locate up-to-date contact information and phone numbers

13Identify the owner of a home or cell phone number

14Identify business affiliations and retrieve and analyze corporate records

15Identify and scrutinize employment and education histories

16Locate and interview current or former employees or executives

17Dig up dirt on opposing parties

18Research family history

19Locate and interview witnesses or interested parties for a civil or criminal lawsuit

20Locate and search for hidden (and not-so-hidden) assets

21Perform discreet intelligence gathering

22Identify undisclosed relationships between parties

23Dig through someone’s trash

24Provide peace of mind

25Follow people

26Dig up current or historical boat, aircraft or motor vehicle registrations

27Uncover hard-to-find facts

28Conduct business intelligence

29Locate wills, estates and probate records

30Find the skeletons hiding in the closet

31Identify and review regulatory records, professional license information and disciplinary history

32Determine the motivation behind a party

33Vet expert witnesses

34Find people

35Obtain driving record history and motor vehicle information (in applicable states)

36Assist with jury selection

37Give you a competitive advantage

38Analyze documents for potential fraud

39Perform clandestine operations

40Analyze social media presence

41Research historical archives

42Make you look brilliant

43Connect the dots

44Tell you what those bastards are up to!

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