Missing Persons Locator Guide

Missing Persons Locator Guide

by Teresa Brown

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Anyone who is searching for a missing family member or loved one must consult Missing Persons Locator Guide before beginning their search: a brief overview of a logical search process that eliminates confusion and missed opportunities, and explains the process of locating a missing person or someone who doesn't want to be found.

First, searchers are advised to document their hunt - which includes keeping copies of all requests for information. A journal with pockets is advised for making notes and putting copies of documents in one place; then the 'meat' follows with hard-hitting, specific chapters covering court records and documents, opportunities for information-gatherers, how to request and assemble information, and a key article by Christina Smiley, 'Collecting on Civil Judgments'.

From unmasking hidden assets to locating debtors and hiring a private investigator, Missing Persons Locator Guide offers specific advice on locating and handling a missing person’s situation and covers everything from identifying and accessing databases to culling city directories, conducting a birth family search, and plumbing newspapers, maternity homes, search obituaries, and more.

Whether you're looking to collect on a debt or conducting a birth family search, here's a treasure trove of specific sources and approaches key to the missing persons search: a 'must' for any who would understand the entire process. —D. Donovan, eBook Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015804515
Publisher: Crary Publications
Publication date: 11/09/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 209 KB

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