Thomas Martin was recently interviewed for an article in Law.com. The former federal agent said attorneys are his most frequent clients. “You either find the assets or you don’t. You either get the guy off for murder or you don’t. You either locate the person and do a background, or you don’t. There’s no gray area in our work.”
These are some uncharted and anxiety-driven times, to say the least.
Over the past 10 days, there’s been a spike in the number of people calling our office, asking us to locate their relatives. The level of interest is similar to that of the Christmas season. People seem concerned and worried about relatives that they haven’t seen for some time – be it for a few months or many decades.
Shortly after attorneys are retained and spouses are served, most people quickly surmise they are swimming in the quicksand of the family law court system. Many feel violated and abused, like victims of an unfair and uncaring court system.
Incompetent attorneys, outrageous fees, callous and going-through-the-motions judges, knucklehead forensic accounts, amateurish 730 evaluators and incompetent private investigators often seem to dominate the process.
Thomas G. Martin appeared on the Reconnection Club’s Podcast to discuss how to find an adult child that you’ve lost touch with. The interview was released on March 9, 2020.
There are very few constants in the world of private investigation, but if there is one, it’s that private investigators are extremely busy on Valentine’s Day. But this has started to expand to Super Bowl Sunday. Here’s how it all works, and why.
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 hundreds 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.