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Colorado Attorney Services has their focus on providing each client with superior quality services. We value each client relationship by making sure that we meet their needs and expectations. Serving subpoenas and process serving is most of the work we do. The owner, James D. Roland, has ensured that his team of professionals are trained and continually updated about the laws casing what makes a serve legally valid. The team that James Roland must put together to form Colorado Attorney Services is all about providing you with exceptional service. Here is how we do it.

The Steps to Skip Tracing

The Steps to Skip Tracing

When it comes to skip tracing, we are talking about trying to locate someone for one reason or another. However, there are some people that you need to be able to find but aren’t really hiding. You just don’t know where they are. For example, you might have a biological grandparent or parent that you need to get ahold of for an important document that you need. This type of skip tracing is one that can be taken on by the average person. There is a type of skip tracing that needs to be left handled by the professionals such as when you have someone purposefully hiding or running because of the law. Colorado Attorney Services’ includes skip tracing as one of their specialties for those who need help tracking down those running from the law. Here are some tips and tricks for when you’re trying to track down those who aren’t running or trying to hide though.

The first step is to build a profile of the person you’re trying to locate. Write down as much information that you and those related to them know about them. This should include whether they are living or not. There are databases that you can search to know whether a person with that name has died. Along with that, it will also give you their date of birth, city, and state of the last residence, as well as the state their social security number was issued in. This should give you enough information to confirm whether that is the person you’re looking for. If you don’t have any of that information to confirm whether that is them then you’ll have to do some more digging. Ask those of the family who knew them or if they know anyone who did know them. Many times, there is at least one person in the family who has a treasure trove of the history of the family with pictures that have dates and names on the back of them. This can prove to be very helpful in getting some basic information if no one in the family can tell you anything about them.

The second step in finding your person in question is to start doing your homework by means of search engines. This might have been the first thing that you did when trying to dig up some information about them to figure out their whereabouts. There are advanced search features on google to be able to find information about them and their whereabouts. Using features like these you will be able to narrow down your search and set the parameters to gather what you’re looking for while discarding the information you’re not wanting. In addition to the use of search engines, you’re also able to use online telephone directories to see if they can get a number. Make sure to look in any state that they may have lived in.

Other types of resources that can be used to help you find the missing person is public records whether that may be online or by old-fashioned means. A lot of information can be found there, court records can also offer much information. You’ll be able to find them even if they have only had a traffic violation. Many of these records are offered on online databases. Other databases you may be able to find information about your person in question is on genealogy sites.

However, if all else fails in your skip tracing and you’re in need of finding this person you can always call the professionals. Colorado Attorney Services can offer you professional services like skip tracing, process of service and record retrieval. Call us today for any skip tracing needs that you may have!

By Colorado Attorney Services 8-9-2018