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Civil Investigations

Family courts cover a range of issues dealing with family dynamics and legal situations like divorce, child custody and support, adoption, and guardianship. At Capitol City Investigations, we are highly-trained in the complicated landscape of civil investigations and are uniquely equipped to handle the intensely personal implications of these sensitive and complicated  issues with anonymity and ethical standards as a priority.

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody & Support
The legal process for divorce can be long and tedious, but we are here to help! We offer surveillance, background checks, and a myriad of other services for divorce proceedings. No two divorces are alike so we tailor the investigation to your needs and requirements to get the best possible outcome and offer process serving at competitive rates.  Of course it’s perfectly acceptable to hire a private investigator and decide not to use the information; the evidence obtained by a P.I. can help someone decide whether or not to remain in a relationship. Even if the possibility of divorce is remote, it’s a good idea to be prepared. If the attorney has contracted with the P.I., the client is protected if the matter does end up in divorce court.

We understand the difficult terrain that families must traverse when dealing in matters of child custody and support. A child custody investigation is an objective observation of a child’s well-being and treatment, usually as part of a divorce, separation, or custody case.  A typical investigation involves an investigator assessing the treatment of a child by his or her parents (ie: providing a safe, clean living space, making sure the child is attending school and extra curricular activities,  neither parent is using drugs, gambling, driving recklessly, etc.) The conclusion of the investigation is then reported to the attorney and used in custody evaluations. When going through a divorce, a child custody investigation will provide reliable evidence without bias.
  • Crash Investigations
In the event of a vehicle collision, commonly referred to as an "accident", we use all of the resources at our disposal to gather any and all information about the event from all involved parties. If the crash was not reported to the police, we establish the stories and timelines from all involved parties and create an initial report about the events of the crash, then we move on to investigate the mitigating circumstances of the crash. If this is a criminal matter, we often use the reports from the police to establish a background and timeline of the events and pursue the investigation further. This allows us to find details and mistakes that law enforcement may have missed that can turn the outcome of a case.
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