Mission Possible Investigations Celebrates 10 Years in Business After Brave Launch During Economic Downturn

By all accounts, 2007 wasn’t the year to launch a fledgling private investigation firm, but owner Jamie Richardson defied the odds with 10 years of business success. Albany, New York – Private investigation firm, Mission Possible Investigations, will hit their 10 years in business milestone in 2017. Jamie Richardson, founder and CEO, started the business…

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To Honeypot or Not

Strange term, we know. Most people aren’t familiar with the term but if they read spy novels or watched James Bond more than once, they get the concept. It can also be known as honey traps. Femme fatales (or even attractive men) and lover’s plots do exist beyond books and movie. And we as private…

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Being Catfished? How to Know & What to Do

Anyone who has ever had online dating experiences knows that there is a chance of being catfished, a term used to define luring another person into a relationship by means of a fictional online persona. We’ve had cases of such. One client was smart enough to think he was being scammed and instead of spending…

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Does the Hague Convention Work?

“Often the Hague Convention works, and it is certainly better than relying on undefined principles of comity that would likely force left-behind parents to litigate the bests interests of the child anew after the other parent forum shops,” said Barry S. Pollack, founding partner of Pollack Solomon Duffy LLP, and former federal prosecutor. Mr. Pollack…

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Hague Convention & International Child Abduction

There have been many cases in the news of parents kidnapping their own children and fleeing to foreign soil. Even less dramatic than that are the number of parents who leave on approved vacations with their children to other countries never to return, violating custody arrangements and breaking apart families. For parents left behind, the…

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