Hot Car Deaths – Accident or Homicide?

Since early May when temperatures start to warm in the south, we all start hearing about cases of parents leaving their children in the car where they die of heatstroke. It’s happened already this year in South Texas. The National Safety Council notes these incidences kill an average of 37 children a year. The council…

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Uncovering Hidden Assets

The search for hidden assets is not uncommon in divorce cases. In fact, it comes up more frequently than infidelity, and it can have a serious impact on the divorce settlement. According to research by National Endowment for Financial Education, secretive hidden funds are seen in two out of three marriages. The research showed that…

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How Safe are Your Elderly Parents?

The statistics are startling. According to the best estimates, about 1-2 million U.S. citizens 65 years of age or older have been mistreated, exploited or injured by a caregiver. Caregiver abuse is typically defined as abuse by someone providing care for the elderly or a person with a disability. Elder abuse is a broad term…

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Are More Women Cheating?

Some private investigators and security companies that sell spy cameras and GPS tracking devices report a spike in cheating partner calls in February right around Valentine’s Day. At Mission Possible Investigations, we see it too. Romance and love is highlighted in Feb. and suspicion is higher. Along with handling more cases, the kinds of cheating…

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