Skip Traces for Process Serving
Skip Traces are not as extensive as other types of searches. Skip Trace should include a comprehensive report. This report will detail extensive information about the individual you have commissioned the attorney or private investigator to search. Such details might include the property a person owns, criminal reports, known and past addresses, business associates, relatives, phone numbers, names of neighbors, and more.
Who Might Require Such a Report?
Most often Skip Traces are performed on people who are applying for some type of employment or service position which requires verifying their accountability. A great example might be checking the car accident history of a new nanny who will be driving your children around. Another common circumstance is that of a roommate looking for details on where a prospective tenant has lived before, including address information.