The term “Locate missing person” is a frequent request of attorneys and others in the legal profession who often need to find parties involved in litigation. This includes clients, witnesses, experts, defendants or anyone else required for statements, service of process, depositions, or trial testimony. We recommend filling a missing person report with the police. The first step to finding a missing person should always be filing a missing person's report. The police will dedicate themselves to helping you to search for and find a missing person. However, if you want to find a missing person it is important that you go to the police as soon as possible. The sooner you file your missing person's report with the police, the more likely it is that they will be able to find leads and find your missing person. missing person search seeks to locate parties who may or may not want to be found.
This search is used to find persons of interest in judicial matters, lost friends, lovers, and relatives. Locate searches are also used in cases of adoption, as you may need to find your birth parents to learn of your medical history, or you may be a biological parent (birth mother, birth father) looking for children given up at birth for adoption.
There are several levels of inquiry to missing person search. In some cases, such as finding long lost friends, lovers, and relatives who have just drifted away, you may have a fair amount of information about them already, such as last known address and date of birth. For other types of locate searches, you may not have any such vital data or the information you have may be decades old. These cases are more challenging, but they are solvable.
The real-time missing person-the friend or relative or child that has disappeared recently requires different strategies than those described to this point. In these cases, our agents in the field must “pound the pavement” to find the missing person. We also employ high tech measures and discreet sources to obtain information leading to the missing person.
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