Are you looking for someone such as a deadbeat dad, a birth parent, a family member or even a long lost friend? Well, a professional private investigator can help you find this person. Adam &
Eve's Private Investigators have the expertise to get the job done and get it done relatively quickly.
In order for a private investigator to find a missing person you will need to provide them with as much information as possible. It would be helpful if you could provide the private investigator with
name, date of birth, social security number, or a combination of possible age, last known address or anything else that you might consider helpful. However, if all you can provide is a name a private
investigator can still find the person you are looking for, even if they have remarried. Just keep in mind that the less information you have the longer it might take for the private investigator to
find the person you are looking for. It is also much harder for the private investigator to find someone if they are running from the law. Though, no matter what the circumstances the private
investigator will exhaust all resources in order to find who you are looking for.
Private investigators have access to the most modern technology and databases that will help provide the information they are looking for. Some of these databases can only be used by private
investigators, so the “common person” would never have access to this information. They also have easier access to the large amounts of public records and information that is out there.
In the case of a run away adult, teenager, or child hiring a private investigator does not mean that you stop doing what you can on your side of the case, but it means that you’ve also harnessed the
power of a detective to locate your missing person.
There will be key information that you will know. Description of the person, where do they frequent, restaurant, bars, their friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, where they worked, what type of
Hiring a private detective to find a missing child is extremely important. The more time that passes, the harder it will be to locate a missing child. Statistics have proven that children who are
located are usually found within the first 2 to 3 days. You can’t afford to try to do it by yourself, when time is your enemy. That’s when you not only have local law enforcement on the case, but
also a private investigator.