Seeing Life Through Private Eyes (in bookstores on June 16). Every day at Martin Investigative Services, we get an average of 5 calls or emails that have to do with people wanting to locate other people with regard to adoption.
I will review your case and put you in contact with the best person to help you. This is done as a professional courtesy and at no charge to you.
Many private investigators claim to be experts in adoption matters. Personally, I’m good… but even after 40+ years of doing this, it’s still challenging. However, I have assembled a team of experts across the United States. Quite honestly, they are the best of the best in a very small club.
The good news for people looking for others in adoption, is that if you email us a summary of your situation with the facts as you know them, I can have my staff review your case and put you in contact with the best person to help you. We will provide this contact information as a professional courtesy and at no charge to you.
You can talk directly with the expert I connect you with and see if he/she will take your case. You’ll find out what their investigative plan is, how long it will take and how much it will cost you.
Often the lasting legacy of adoption is that of unanswered questions. What if you could get those questions answered? We can assist and direct you if you are seeking family reunification. Optimal search techniques, genealogy and DNA are used to assist adoptees, birth mothers or fathers, in their search for biological or first family members.
Families can be found, often with very little information.
Cases generally take a few months. Some take up to a year or more. So be patient.
Your questions can be answered with the right mix of information and search techniques that are unique to qualified, licensed private investigators.
It is always best to start with a timeline of events as you know them. You can never provide too much information but keep it concise and orderly.
Contact us with your prepared information. Good hunting.