Court Records Research

What is records research? 

Records research is the locating of public and private records. It is a tool for gathering information to support or oppose a point of view. 

Due to privacy restrictions we cannot offer information about sealed, non-served domestic violence, mental health, juvenile, or probate cases. 

What do private investigators learn from public and private records? 

Vital data like birth, marriage, death, education, addresses past and present, employment history, real property ownership, affiliations-personal and professional, licenses-professional and technical, domestic divorce, adoption, inheritance, driver’s license and vehicle registration, military record, personal property ownership, credit history, bankruptcies, liens, corporate officers, civil and criminal court records, cemeteries and funerals, just to name a few.

U.S. Court Records and Resources

Court record is a general term used to describe legal records that are filed with the court system.  This includes county court records, state court records, and federal court records.  Examples of court records include:

  • Arrest records
  • Marriage records
  • Divorce records
  • Criminal records
  • Probate court records
  • Public records

Our skilled private investigators get results in a way that will exceed your expectations.

Private investigators conduct court record searches, both online and offline (physically at the court house).  Many court records are considered public, but average citizens don't know the process for retrieving them.  Private investigators know where to look to find the court documents you need.

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