Skip Tracing

“Trust, But Verify” 

Our staff specializes in the locating of individuals who may have otherwise been able to evade your service of documents. 

Our Specialities
  • Address Locate
  • Change Of Name
  • Liquid Assets
Your Personal Montana Skip Tracer

Skip tracers use a variety of different data sources in order to help them track down their targets. When it comes to finding someone who has made it their mission not to be found, you might find yourself at a loss for where to start. With the assistance of a licensed Missoula Private Investigator, DD&E Process Servers can locate these types of individuals.

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What Is A Skip Tracer?

A skip tracer is a trained individual who works to locate people who may have gone missing. Skip tracers have access to numerous different data sources in order to help them find a missing person. By making use of every clue, a skip tracer can then locate an individual. 

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How can I Utilize A Skip Tracer?

Our staff understands that not every address you list for your service of process will be accurate. If DD&E Process Servers determine the address to which your documents were supposed to be served does not belong to the person listed on your service, don’t be deterred! We can locate this individual and make sure your documents get to the right person at the right place.

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Our Services

Contract

Process Service

Service of process is the procedure by which a party to a lawsuit gives an appropriate notice of initial legal action to another party .

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Skip Tracing

Skip tracing is an investigative technique that finds an individual, usually one who has skipped out on a legal or financial obligation.

Agreement

Court Filing

Court filing is the process of submitting legal paperwork so that a legal case can be reviewed and assigned a trial date. Court filing is extremely important as deadlines and statue of limitations must be considered.