Domestic Investigation

Domestic Investigations are cases in which the investigation focuses on individuals and issues concerning their personal life, this can include legal or criminal issues.   Domestic cases can be difficult to prove in a neutral manner as many of the issues occur in a private setting and without witnesses, leading to a “he said, she said” scenario.

Scenarios in which a domestic investigation may be necessary are:

  • Divorce and spousal deceit
  • Adultery
  • Threats, blackmail, and extortion
  • Restraining orders
  • Stalking
  • Spouse or child abuse
  • Alcohol or Drug Abuse
  • Illicit activities (i.e. gambling)
  • Caregiver Investigations (Background checks, Surveillance)
  • Missing persons

A private Domestic Investigation can contribute unbiased evidence that is admissible in court.   Techniques an investigator may use to gather such evidence are:

  • Surveillance
  • Background checks
  • Computer forensics such as computer and cell phone activity (including emails and texts)
  • Public record and information search
  • People locate services