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How to Do a Personal Investigation

Some people are good at hiding their past. They might withhold information such as children from a previous relationship, a divorce or recent marriage. Fortunately, there are many ways to find details about a person’s past. In fact, it is easy to discover whether or not a person has been married in the past.

In here, we’ll show the way to do a personal investigation about your wife/husband. If you know nothing about personal investigation, I advice you hire a personal investigator. Lots of people think that hiring an investigator is easy. But fact is not like this. You must make sure the investigator that will be handling your case is licensed, specialize in the field pertaining to your case, insured and bonded.

Except these, you should make sure that the investigator will obtain video during surveillance especially when they lose the subject and make sure that they video tape their travel, arrival times and when they end the surveillance.

If you want to do the personal investigation by yourself, we advice you locate their personal information first. Some background checks require specific information about a person. This may include a Social Security Number, full name and home address.

There is a good way is searching online. Use the Internet to locate a person’s birth certificate, death record, marriage license and divorce decree. The Internet can provide instant search results for a fee. Websites such as Search Systems and Government Registry feature a comprehensive public records database.

If you don’t want to investigate him/her, and want to keep you feeling of trust, please believe the other side. We also congratulate that you have a harmony family.


  1. Laslos k
    June 5th, 2010 at 06:18 | #1

    personal investigation?
    What are the legal rights of an indivigual to preform his or her own investigation or a person and/or agency?

    Police officers can use state and local databases. what can citizens use???

  2. trooper3316
    June 5th, 2010 at 11:20 | #2

    There is nothing preventing you from doing your own investigation, as long as you do not give anyone the impression you are an officer, or break any other laws in the process.

    However, law enforcement officers receive training in this area, and are normally given more credibility by the court. You will not have this consideration, and will be given equal credibility at best.
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    16 years law enforcement

  3. enron caused the high oil prices
    June 5th, 2010 at 11:22 | #3

    the almighty power of google!
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  4. Lela A
    June 5th, 2010 at 11:24 | #4

    nothing can stop you for doing this
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