The Netflix’ film Marriage Story is largely a story about what typically happens during divorce: Both sides hire bulldog lawyers. As private investigators, we’ve worked with thousands of divorce lawyers through the years, and we are happy to help with free recommendations for family law attorneys. Choosing the right one is likely one of the most important decisions you will make in your life.
Our executive clients sometimes inquire if we know of anyone who can assist them with public speaking and/or training for TV, radio and print interviews. These clients range from Fortune 100 clients, business executives, government, non-profits, sport figures, entertainment industry, attorneys, social media personalities and entrepreneurs. Most have no formal training – and it shows.
I had some of my staff members research some high-quality podcasts with wide and diverse audiences. Here’s their Top 5 picks.
About two weeks ago, we got a call from Sarah, who wanted us to locate her paternal grandfather.
Sarah was kind and thoughtful to write a review of our efforts, and include a photograph of her and her grandfather.
We get a lot of calls asking for a good private investigator in the Hawaiian Islands, so we set out to find 4 “best of the best” local investigators.
When you find yourself in need of bug sweep services, take a crash course on exactly how bug sweeps work. Then, understand that the vast majority of private investigators and technicians that offer bug sweeps are fakers and pretenders.
From November through Christmas, we get about 40-50 calls per week – inquiring about locating all sorts of individuals. They range from disconnected family members, high school sweethearts, military friends, college buddies, former co-workers and neighbors.
We find about 98.4% of the people we look for.
Thomas Martin of Martin Investigative Services was recently quoted in The Athletic, for an article about drug use in the NHL.
You can read the article here.
Thomas G. Martin was quoted in a recent Orange County Register article regarding the late Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs and the DEA.
On his 50 year anniversary as a professional investigator, Thomas G. Martin reflects back on his careers as both a Federal agent and a private investigator.