Get the Facts that Make Your Case Winnable
If you have reached this page, I am sure you have many questions as to how an investigator can help your case. More than likely, you or a loved one are considering divorce or are having troubling custody issues with another party. Let’s see if we can help.
I am sure you have heard it all when you talk to your friends and family about this. “No-fault states” and “evidence didn’t help me” are common refrains from those who claim to be experts. Take if from us, evidence does help with future payments and division of assets. In a contested divorce, the party with the most leverage wins. Leverage is what you get when you hire a trained professional to gather evidence legally.
The safety of your children is your #1 priority. Unfortunately, this may not be the case when it comes to the other parent. In order to have a custody agreement modified, one party must prove hat children are being placed in dangerous situations habitually. That’s where we come in. Evidence of co-habitation, alcohol and drug abuse, and dangerous individuals in the presence of your children are the main pieces of evidence we will give you to move forward with your case.
How to Get Started With Us: 4 Steps
Step 1: Initial Consultation
Here we take 30 minutes to listen to your story. You will tell us your concerns and give us an image of what your perfect outcome would look like. We can’t guarantee an outcome, but our trained professionals can help move you toward your desired goal. These consultations are absolutely free and start with a phone call, text message, or email so we can contact you and schedule this meeting.
Step 2: Payment and Contract
Here you will get two emails. One is from our signature software where you will read and sign the contract. If you have questions before signing, your case coordinator will be available by phone, text, or email to answer those questions. When you agree, you will simply apply your electronic signature to the document. This contract will outline payment terms and the plan for the investigation.
The second email will come from our payment software where you will pay for the retained amount. Our standard fee is $2,000 for a 7 day investigation. These days can be broken up as needed based on schedules and custody arrangements. We accept all major credit cards, cash, and checks.
Step 3: Investigation
This is where investigators start to gather evidence to help your case. Here you will receive access to your evidence from our state of the art database called Crosstrax. As investigators walk through our proven investigative process, you will see real-time information coming in from the field through this system. Investigators are available to schedule calls with you to explain findings or to shift direction based on the findings.
Step 4: Report
After the investigation hours in the contract are concluded, our system will produce a report that will be used by you and your attorney in court. You also have the option to extend the investigation. Our investigators are prepared to testify on your behalf if it comes to that. Testimony costs will be outlined in your contract.