We recently helped a man find his father in New Zealand. It took some digging, but we were able to get the answers this man needed.
Great news! The judge ruled in your favour and you won a sizeable amount of money for your client. There’s just one problem: the person who has been ordered to pay can’t be found.
You’ve heard skip tracing mentioned in movies and TV shows like Dog the Bounty Hunter. But what is it, really? And how does a private investigator actually go about finding someone who’s missing?
One of our favourite things to do at Melbourne Investigations is helping people find missing family members. We’ve seen the pain people go through when they don’t know where their parent or sibling is. And we’ve been fortunate enough to share in the joy that reunification can sometimes bring.
Finding missing persons, or skip tracing, is one of the most important kinds of private investigations we conduct at Melbourne Investigations.
Imagine being as young as three years old and having your mother simply walk out on you. While everyone goes through trying times, not everyone can imagine what it is like to have someone as significant as their mother missing from their life. What could cause a woman to leave her children?