Flatirons Private Investigations specializes in customer service focused security, investigative, and consulting solutions for family law services. Since our inception, our goal has been to meet and exceed our client’s expectations. We accomplish this by using both internal and external investigative techniques and focusing our services on our clients’ needs.
With extensive experience in managing family law investigations, Flatirons Private Investigators understand the intense personal nature of each situation and necessity to initiate, facilitate, and complete projects in a timely and professional manner. Our goal is to provide a high return on investment by providing high quality, efficient, and effective services, exceeding our client’s expectations.
Family Law Services
- Infidelity/fidelity investigations (cheaters investigation)
- Child custody disputes
- Divorce assistance
- Cohabitation verification, pre-nuptial background investigations
- Regular reports and updates
- Courtroom statements and expert witness testimony
- Civil and criminal research, pre-litigation investigation, legal preparation
- Taking witness statements
- Subpoena service, legal and critical document delivery
- Electronic eaves dropping detection (debugging)
- Extensive civil and criminal background searches including but not limited to: misdemeanors, felonies, infractions, domestic violence, non-violent and violent crimes, property ownership, current and historical addresses, date of birth, aliases (aka), marriage records, divorce records, birth and death records, relatives search, neighbors search, fictitious business names (DBAs), limited liabliity partnerships, corporate records, tax liens, notice of default, state issued licenses (most states), sex offender check, social networking information which may include Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, etc, real-time booking information, arrest & incarceration information, phone number locate, reverse phone number trace and more.
Family Law Sampling of Services
We can monitor a custodial parent’s behavior before and/or during visits. If you need to know what’s really going on, or get proof for others, this can be an important first step to help you make important decisions. Once we uncover the truth, you can take action accordingly.
Child custody issues.
Are your children safe? Are court orders being violated? Are there issues with monitored visitations? Our family law investigative services can help answer these questions and provide admissible evidence.
Verification of physical address/employment.
We can determine where your ex-spouse or significant other is now living/working. Are they living with someone else? This can affect spousal support and custody. Often, alcohol and/or drug use is a factor in divorce and custody cases.
Who is around your children? Are you aware of the other parent’s true history? You may consider a criminal background check. Our detailed background investigations provide information regarding child-care providers, or the custodial parent’s family members and significant others.
Verification of Court Order violations.
Violation of court orders is very common and should be documented by a licensed family law private investigator. We can provide documentation, videos, and/or photos upon request. Having this proof can have a dramtic positive effect on your child custody case and monetary settlement.
In-depth online research.
This can be extremely important when dealing with family law matters. In many cases a client needs to have information relative to property ownership records, company ownership, criminal and civil records, income & employment, financial standing, etc. We have numerous resources.
Temporary Restraining Orders.
Are you dealing with intimidation, domestic violence, invasion of privacy, or harassment issues? We can document some of this and assist you with obtaining temporary restraining orders (TROs). We can effect service of these, or any other documents, on the other person.
We can recommend marriage counselors and family psychologists for evaluations or therapy. We also refer appropriate attorneys, forensic accountants, and other family law specialists.
Provide peace of mind.
Sometimes you need evidence, outside of the courtroom, for your own peace of mind. You may need to have proof for your family, friends, church, etc. Sometimes you need proof when confronting a liar.