Phoenix Private Investigator
Inter-State Investigative Services is home to local private investigators who have been helping clients across Phoenix and the Valley for over 25 years.
Inter-State Investigative Services is a private investigation firm based in Arizona with offices in Phoenix and Tucson. We provide a full range of services in a variety of different fields, including insurance investigations, criminal defense, civil defense, domestic investigations, pre-employment background screenings, and more.
Though many of our clients are attorneys and insurance companies, we also frequently work for private citizens. Believe us when we say there is no case too big or too small – we treat all cases with the same attention to detail and respect. We are professional, discrete and courteous, so If you have a problem that may require an investigator, contact us now and see how we can help!
Set up a Free Consultation with Inter-State
During the consultation, we will discuss the details of our approach and the services we plan to provide. If you agree, we will open a case and assign it to the investigator, or team of investigators most qualified to handle the specific needs of your case.
Establish a Budget for Your Investigation
During your consultation, investigators will assess your needs, explain the investigative process required to accomplish your goals, and establish a budget for your case. Once a budget is established, you’ll need to sign a client agreement and provide a retainer for our services.
Opening a Case and Beginning the Investigation
During the investigation, the private investigators on your case will keep you updated on their progress and may contact you at times to ask about additional details.
Final Case Report
At the conclusion of the investigation, the investigator assigned to your case will provide you the option of a meeting (by phone or in-person) to discuss the investigative findings, or a written report summarizing the investigation and all findings.
Criminal Defense Investigations
In-Depth Background Investigations
Arizona Insurance Cases
Special Assistance in Mexico
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The amount of evidence required to prevail in court is often the biggest surprise to clients.
In some cases, this can be even more true than others. In child custody cases, for example, it’s not enough to catch your ex-wife or husband in a single act of bad parenting. Rather, you need to establish a pattern of behaviors to convince the Court.
Painting this kind of picture can require much more surveillance than most people think. In fact, surveillance is largely a waiting game and it can take several attempts just to make one successful observation.
What is your role as a client?
Your role is to share as much information as possible with your investigative team. The more information you can share, the better. It makes the investigation more efficient and saves you money.
Additionally, you should be as proactive as possible, although always in consultation with your investigative team, and your attorney if you have one. Certain types of information will be more readily accessible to you than it will be even to the most seasoned, professional private investigator. Family medical and financial records, for example, may be easier and faster for you to obtain than for a third party like a PI.
We’ll discuss these issues in detail during your free consultation and help you come up with a list of ways that you can help in your investigation.
Can you find my long-lost friend or family member?
However, the more pertinent question here, for many clients, is: what can we do with the information?
If we are working with an attorney in preparation for litigation, then we can disclose certain information to the attorney in order to facilitate litigation. However, in private cases that are not connected to litigation privacy laws and ethical guidelines prevent us from finding a person and telling you their location. It may come as a surprise from a private investigative agency, but avoiding the invasion of other people’s privacy is a big concern for us, and we are proud to be a highly ethical agency.
Nevertheless, we are always happy to find a person and then initiate contact on your behalf. In other words, with your permission, we can give someone the means to contact you.
More often than not, acting as an intermediary and facilitating contact results in a successful connection between the client and the subject of the investigation.
What Services do Professional Investigators Provide?
- Social Media Investigation
- Litigation support for criminal cases and civil cases
- Pre-indictment Investigations
- Asset Searches
- Custody and Divorce matters
- Background Checks
- Political vetting
- Pre-employment checks
- Insurance Investigations
- Locate Witnesses and Defendants for litigation
- Service of process
- Employment termination support
➜ Cases don’t always fit neatly into a single category. If you’re not sure what kind of case you have, call for a free consultation and we will discuss it with you.