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Capitol Process specializes in difficult serves. Our process servers are supported by our in-house team of licensed Private Investigators (PIs) who are key to serving evasive witnesses and defendants. Because of the delicate nature and complexity of serving recalcitrant parties, we consult with the client and tailor a plan that will allow us to effectively serve process based on the specific situation. Capitol Process Services personnel are adept at locating individuals, performing background searches, skip tracing, interviewing witnesses, conducting surveillance, and doing comprehensive asset searches.
Our investigators have extensive experience locating witnesses and defendants. We employ a combination of diligence, persistence, and patience to secure accurate addresses and phone numbers.
Capitol Process Services’ investigators employ patience, discretion, and state-of-the-art equipment while conducting surveillance.
Skip tracing is a more in-depth, complex form of locating an individual who cannot be easily found or does not want to be found. We employ proprietary databases in combination with various other methods, including sending investigators into the field to locate individuals. We provide comprehensive reports which include addresses, phone numbers, places of employment, and other information requested by our client.
Capitol Process Services conducts background searches on witnesses, defendants, and other parties to develop important information that could prove significant to a case. The reports we deliver are accurate, detailed, and thorough.
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Capitol Process Services conducts asset searches to uncover a comprehensive list of real estate, personal property, vehicles, bank accounts, business ownership, and other assets that belong to individuals or corporations. Asset searches are conducted within the guidelines of the Financial Modernization Act of 1999, also known as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.
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