Subject Locates

Subject Locates

Subject Locates Investigators

Trusted Since 1994

Case Witnesses

Subject Locates

Civil litigation can take years to resolve and throughout those years, fact witnesses often move and/or change telephone numbers. TIN has developed a highly effective, proprietary methodology of expeditiously locating people.

If necessary, TIN conducts personal interviews with witnesses for the purposes of obtaining statements in the form of notarized affidavits and/or signed declarations.

 

Adverse Parties

Subject Locates

Adverse Parties/Plaintiffs/Defendants involved in civil lawsuits typically do not provide contact information and/or personal identifiers. The absence of this critical information creates difficulty developing current residential/employment addresses or initiating surveillance at a valid address.

Using our proprietary methodology, TIN provides our law firm clients with a confirmed residential and/or employment address for adverse parties.

Debtors / Defendants

Subject Locates

Many Debtors/Defendants intentionally provide false contact and address information in order to avoid litigation, creditors, and/or process service. In situations such as these, our clients trust TIN to develop current address and contact information for even the most evasive Debtors and Defendants.

If necessary, TIN also offers a strategic, hourly-based approach to serve these types of individuals with process.

Personal / Family

Subject Locates

At TIN, we are often engaged to determine the current whereabouts of an estranged or missing family member, an ex-spouse or a biological relative who may have critical information regarding a specific family or medical issue.

On occasion, we are also hired to help locate individuals for upcoming family reunions. Prior to contacting TIN about a Personal/Family assignment, please read our below Subject Locate agency policy.

Probate / Heirs

Subject Locates

When a person passes away, the attorney for the estate and/or family members are typically left to administer distribution of the assets from the estate. When a complex and/or contentious situation(s) arises, attorneys trust TIN to help bring clarity to the matter by virtue of locating heirs, beneficiaries and/or assets in order to facilitate settlement of the estate.

Missing Persons

Subject Locates

When a relative or loved one is missing, each second that passes can make locating this person more difficult. Missing person locate assignments are often resolved using a multi-faceted strategy involving on-line research, telephone/personal inquiries and extensive field work.

Each assignment varies based on a Subjects’ circumstances; therefore, TIN’s geographic focus and execution warrants a highly customized approach.

Subject Locate Policy

An Investigator shall, prior to providing a client any personal identification or location information of an individual, conduct appropriate due diligence to ensure that the client has a legitimate business or legal interest in obtaining that information.

When such due diligence is not possible or appropriate, or if the client appears to not have a legal or business interest, the client shall be informed that their contact information will be provided to the person they are seeking to locate and the personal identification information of the person they are seeking will only be provided to the client if that party consents.

 

Subject Locates Investigators

Trusted Since 1994

Case Witnesses

Subject Locates

Civil litigation can take years to resolve and throughout those years, fact witnesses often move and/or change telephone numbers. TIN has developed a highly effective, proprietary methodology of expeditiously locating people.

If necessary, TIN conducts personal interviews with witnesses for the purposes of obtaining statements in the form of notarized affidavits and/or signed declarations.

 

Adverse Parties

Subject Locates

Adverse Parties/Plaintiffs/Defendants involved in civil lawsuits typically do not provide contact information and/or personal identifiers. The absence of this critical information creates difficulty developing current residential/employment addresses or initiating surveillance at a valid address.

Using our proprietary methodology, TIN provides our law firm clients with a confirmed residential and/or employment address for adverse parties.

Debtors / Defendants

Subject Locates

Many Debtors/Defendants intentionally provide false contact and address information in order to avoid litigation, creditors, and/or process service. In situations such as these, our clients trust TIN to develop current address and contact information for even the most evasive Debtors and Defendants.

If necessary, TIN also offers a strategic, hourly-based approach to serve these types of individuals with process.

Personal / Family

Subject Locates

At TIN, we are often engaged to determine the current whereabouts of an estranged or missing family member, an ex-spouse or a biological relative who may have critical information regarding a specific family or medical issue.

On occasion, we are also hired to help locate individuals for upcoming family reunions. Prior to contacting TIN about a Personal/Family assignment, please read our below Subject Locate agency policy.

Probate / Heirs

Subject Locates

When a person passes away, the attorney for the estate and/or family members are typically left to administer distribution of the assets from the estate. When a complex and/or contentious situation(s) arises, attorneys trust TIN to help bring clarity to the matter by virtue of locating heirs, beneficiaries and/or assets in order to facilitate settlement of the estate.

Missing Persons

Subject Locates

When a relative or loved one is missing, each second that passes can make locating this person more difficult. Missing person locate assignments are often resolved using a multi-faceted strategy involving on-line research, telephone/personal inquiries and extensive field work.

Each assignment varies based on a Subjects’ circumstances; therefore, TIN’s geographic focus and execution warrants a highly customized approach.

Subject Locate Policy

An Investigator shall, prior to providing a client any personal identification or location information of an individual, conduct appropriate due diligence to ensure that the client has a legitimate business or legal interest in obtaining that information.

When such due diligence is not possible or appropriate, or if the client appears to not have a legal or business interest, the client shall be informed that their contact information will be provided to the person they are seeking to locate and the personal identification information of the person they are seeking will only be provided to the client if that party consents.

 

TIN Philosophy

TIN Investigators recognize that no two cases are the same. TIN is committed to excellence in each assignment by understanding the unique case objectives, strategizing with our client for the best approach, and exceeding the highest level of operational and reporting standards, as proven by our track history of case success and client satisfaction.

TIN Process

After the initial consultation, our team of investigators work together to plan a strategy best suited to address a client’s concerns. TIN will prepare and submit a proposal that outlines the scope, cost, and turn-around time for the assignment.

TIN is committed to full transparency so every client has confidence that their assignment is being handled in the most responsible, professional and cost-effective manner possible.

TIN Guarantee

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A strategic and targeted plan of action for our clients’ case objectives

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An unbiased, 3rd party investigation

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A tenacious, thorough, and professionally responsible investigation

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An uncompromising level of integrity, accountability and confidentiality

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Timely and efficient communications

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Superior Work Product in the form of Court-Admissible Reports and Video Evidence

FAQs

1. What is included in a Subject Locate assignment?

TIN locate assignments include in-house research, telephone inquiries, location attempts utilizing a variety of on-line, internet, proprietary computer databases, social media research, courthouse/government records, file leads, public and private records and other proprietary informational sources for purposes of establishing a current phone number, residential and/or employment address.

2. How much does a Subject Locate Investigation cost?

The cost for most Subject Locate assignments range between $ 500.00 and $ 1,250.00. This will vary on a case-to-case basis, depending on the specific circumstances and whether or not field work is required.

3. How long will a Subject Locate assignment last?

TIN Subject Locate assignments are typically completed within 3 – 5 business days. Some locate assignments can; however, take longer (1 – 2 weeks) if the person we are attempting to locate is unstable and/or intentionally avoiding creditors, litigation, etc.

4. Do you guarantee you will find the individual?

In 2018, T.I.N. achieved a 91% success rate for the Subject Locate assignments we investigated for our clients; however, TIN cannot guarantee success on each client assignment. client.

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