STATEMENTS/INTERVIEWS ­– Cases can be won or lost on the strength of key witnesses and their statements.  In the legal sector, it is therefore imperative to locate any person who may provide insight into the case and thoroughly interview them. 

With our years of experience in litigation preparation and location of witnesses, AAIG and our team of investigators are confident in our ability to uncover the truth for your case.





As a private consumer, your needs may vary depending on the specifics of the situation. No matter what the circumstances, AAIG will customize a plan of action to thoroughly and discreetly achieve your goals in a 'leave no stone unturned" fashion. With timely results and accurate information, our case outcomes are unparalled in quality and effectiveness, taking the worry and concern out of your private investigation needs.

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Witness Statements

Due Diligence

Asset Evaluation

Liability Evaluation

Reputation Evaluation

Workplace interview

Criminal Records

Civil Records

Marriage Records

Divorce Records

Real Property Records 

Property Tax Records 

Voter Registration  

Tax Lien Records

Lien/Judgment Records 

UCC Records 

Assumed Name

Corporate Records 

Bankruptcy Records 

Vehicle Records

Mobile Surveillance

Stationary  Surveillance

Video  Surveillance

GPS Tracking

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We will work with you to devise the best strategy to obtain the results you need, whether your objective is to provide answers to pertinent questions or to find supporting evidence.

Fraud examination and investigation provide the essentials for resolving fraud allegations from inception to deposition. The proper procedures, techniques and skills must be used to conduct an effective fraud examination or investigation.

Fraud cases pose unique problems that no other type of crimes pose. Consequently, investigators must act quickly to help prevent further victimization. A fraudster can wreak financial havoc on an individual or corporation in the matter of minutes costing millions of dollars in the process.

The initial stages of the investigation are always the most important – it aids in building an investigative hypothesis which is used as the basis to launch the investigation.

Some of the first steps include:

Securing evidence, locating and organizing documents, chronicling events leading up to the fraud, interviewing the victim and other persons who may have information, conducting background checks.

The investigation will include many other aspects - rest assured, our investigators are tenacious and will act quickly to minimize damage, identify the perpetrator and collect information needed for criminal and/or civil proceedings with the goal of recovery.


RECORDS RETRIEVAL - In any successful investigation or litigation, information must be developed or retrieved on order to determine the facts.  Often this entails court records searches and/or document retrieval.

It would seem that anyone could conduct records research.  However, it is not quite as simple as it might seem.  Records are indexed differently within each state, county and agency. 

Further, some records sources are not yet computerized consequently, knowledge of the individual records source is critical.  No matter what the reason for the research, it is imperative that the researcher is thorough as well as focused on detail and accuracy.  Since obtaining records on the wrong person or not locating the proper records can result in disaster, knowing how to effectively search records is essential.

Our professional network of court and official document researchers cover every county throughout the US, Puerto Rico and Guam as well as almost every country worldwide.

There are numerous situations in which you may need to investigate the status of another person’s assets, ranging from collections to child support litigation.  In any case, AAIG has the experience and resources necessary to legally and accurately uncover hidden assets, and to give you the proof needed in your case.

HIDDEN ASSETS – Assets are hidden for numerous reasons, usually stemming from personal or business associations.  Ultimately, assets are hidden simply because the person does not want their assets to be discovered.  Hidden assets do not necessarily indicate criminal intent, but determining the reason assets are hidden is a very important factor when considering a business or personal partnership.

SERVEILLANCE - Knowing how to gather information is one of the most important elements in a successful investigation.  Often, surveillance and/or GPS tracking are essential tools in such instances as confirming an injury claim, validating infidelity or obtaining vital information regarding those you trust with your business, children, home, money and your life.

AAIG investigators have the technical knowledge to both assess the goals of the investigation and to utilize the equipment needed, whether for capturing on site images, GPS tracking or recording video.  Our teams have the ability to achieve the desired result without making their presence known to the target.  Lastly, AAIG utilizes the highest quality and latest technology available for stationary surveillance systems, mobile surveillance and GPS tracking throughout Texas and the US.