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Welcome to Washington State Investigators

Washington State Investigators is a private investigation firm dedicated to supporting individuals and businesses with an affordable means to the information and investigative services they require. By integrating skill sets in photography, information technology and private investigation, we provide our clients specialized services resulting in high quality investigative solutions.

Why hire Washington State Investigators?

When you hire Washington State Investigators, you’re making the right choice. We have the experience and knowledge, technology and resources to plan and execute an investigation to meet your specific situation. Hiring a Washington State private investigator means hiring a partner who works in tandem with you, communicating on a regular basis, providing you with new information about your case via status updates. When you hire Washington State Investigators, you enter into a bi-directional partnership where the exchange of information flows in both directions. Critical to any investigation is the honest exchange of information our investigators receive from new clients. When you hire Washington State investigators, you’re in good hands! Our mission is to provide our clients with a great customer experience, specialized services and solutions that deliver results.

Private Investigator

In the past, TV shows, movies and books have painted a mental image of a private investigator as someone who works in a dimly lit, cluttered office, in a less than affluent part of town. Several fictional detectives have contributed to this image and one of the most well-known is Sherlock Holmes. But, just how much private investigator lore is really true? Separating fact from fiction involves defining precisely what private investigator is. Private investigators are people who get paid to gather facts. Unlike police detectives or crime scene investigators, they typically work for private citizens or businesses rather than for government. They may help solve crimes even though they are not law enforcement. The private investigators job is to collect information, not to arrest and prosecute criminals.

Surveillance

In the news, the word “surveillance” has a negative connotation due to accusations of its misuse by our government and big business. But, for the private investigator, surveillance performed legally is part of a necessary and important skill set. Trained private investigators perform discreet surveillance and provide the court evidence of wrong doing, the kind of proof that will stand up in court. Surveillance is the monitoring or observation of behavior, activities and people for the purpose of influencing, managing, directing, or protecting them.

Adultery and Infidelity

When a spouse is cheating, they’re either committing adultery or infidelity. The difference is whether you’re cheating in a marriage (adultery) or in a committed monogamous relationship (infidelity). Private investigators spend a great deal of time working on adultery and infidelity cases. Washington State is a no fault state. When adultery is committed one spouse may feel it is grounds for divorce, but the court’s decision focuses on whether one party feels the marriage is irreconcilable, not the cause. Two issues a Washington State divorce court will consider are alimony and child custody.

Child Custody

In a courtroom, child custody cases involve more than you and your attorney, child custody cases involve the welfare of your children. A majority of divorces in Washington State involve child custody and these cases may take a long time to resolve because there is so much at stake regarding your child’s welfare. Patience is absolutely essential when building a case. Judges have also become numb to allegations that are unsupported by inadmissible documentation. Any success you have in the courtroom directly hinges on the proof or evidence you produce. Child custody investigators have the experience necessary to provide you and your attorney with proof that’s admissible in court.


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