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How to Become a Skip Tracer

In the legal field, skip tracing is the attempted location of a fugitive who cannot be located by using their home address, usual hangouts, or other traditional means. The term comes from 'skip', meaning someone who has 'skipped...

Online and Social Media Investigations FAQ

No matter how you view it, social media has changed the world. It allows individuals to express themselves in a much different way than the past. The main difference, everything that happens on the internet, stays on the internet. And though it may...

What Is a Mobile Notary?

When a notary republic travels to meet their clients, this is what is referred to as a mobile notary. On a daily basis, it’s typical for a mobile notary to travel to up to eight different locations to notarize one signature, or perform a loan...

The Signs of a Trustworthy Process Server

When beginning legal proceedings, it’s extremely important to have an iron-clad process serving procedure in place. There’s a good chance that the person you’re trying to find won’t want to receive legal notice, and if...

What Services Do Mobile Notaries Provide?

Before explaining the services provided by mobile notary companies, let’s first explain the role of a notary public. A notary public is an individual authorized by the government, frequently the Secretary of State, to serve the public as a...
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