Washington State Child Custody and Support Investigations

If you have children, a child custody investigation can protect them from danger and abuse.  In case of a divorce or separation, a child custody investigation can help make sure that the child involved remains safe. A parent or court may order a child custody investigator to determine what the child’s experience is like with a custodial or non-custodial parent. Investigations of parents sometimes reveal chronic neglect, child abuse, or parental alcoholism or drug abuse, or abuse by another adult that has access to the child.  If you need to know, a private investigator or qualified child custody investigator can tell you the truth and can save your child’s life.

A child custody case may need surveillance to determine what happens when a parent is with the child. We can document or video any abuse or neglect that we see and gather other evidence that suggests whether the child is being treated well or not. Additionally, our investigators may speak to witnesses or may solicit witnesses for the court on behalf of the parents. The court requires that child custody decisions be made using the “best interests” principle. Defining the “best interests” of your children is a complex matter

Our custody investigator is a professional who is educated, experienced, and trained in areas related to the divorce/separation process and its effects on families, child development, and assessment of children. The custody investigator is familiar with the factors the court must consider in making decisions about custody and visitation.

Olympic Tactical & Investigations can find out whether a parent indulges in reckless driving, criminal activity, alcoholism, neglect, or other activities that may affect a child’s welfare. Based on the information and evidence gathered, you and the courts can determine what to do to ensure the child safety. A private investigators findings always have more credence in court than a parents accusations.

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