CHILD CUSTODY INVESTIGATIONS:
A licensed private investigator can give you information about where your child’s deadbeat father or deadbeat mother is living, where they are working, and if they have any assets in their name. If your child’s other parent is not making payments for child support, but continues to earn income in some form, we may be able to help you collect where the government falls short. Our job is to get you as much information as possible about them so that you can get the legal system to take action and get your child’s money.
Let’s face facts. There are many child support enforcement cases like yours and the court system is overloaded. Your one “deadbeat” parent case may not get the attention it deserves. The court is not designed to investigate these deadbeat parents. Most courts have very limited resources to work with in this regard. They do the best that they can, but often times, they are just spread too thin.
We know firsthand how difficult life can be when no one is listening to you. Sometimes, it is in your best interest to get things done for yourself.
That’s where we come in. We assist in locating these deadbeats, finding out where they are employed, and uncovering what type of assets they have.
We offer investigations into:
- Where the deadbeat parent currently lives
- The name and address of their current place of employment
- What hard assets they have (real estate, vehicles, boats, motorcycles, jet skis, snow mobiles, etc.)
The most important thing to know about us is that we are not a collection agency. In our opinion, taking 34% of your child’s money is reprehensible. Most states have a strong court system in place to collect the money for you but they often lack the ability to find the non-paying parent, find their employment, and find assets so that the money can be taken from them and given to your child. If the court knows where they are, where they work, and what assets they have, they can take action immediately.
Although your ultimate goal is to get payment of child support, there may be many different approaches to reach that goal. Sometimes getting the name of the employer and providing it to the court is enough. Other times, you may need proof when the other parent is actively trying to hide their income from you. These cases can be more involved. We can help with either extreme. Our services are provided in several ways, depending on what you believe the other parent is doing, and how much information you already know.
We are happy to discuss how we can help. Call us today. (515) 218-2663