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Affidavit of Due and Diligent proof that a person cannot be found.

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 Our diligent investigation services are handled by our in-house worldly experienced and licensed professional Private Investigator ONLY. You will be paying for many years of experience, the time associated with investigating and the efforts to draft and properly execute the due diligent affidavit. If you are seeking a irrefutable diligent service, we can help.

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Due Diligent Search Services  are offered by the Agency for Civil Enforcement Corporation a Florida based Nationwide Private Investigation and specializing in Due Diligence location services. Providing specialized Attorney Services with expertise in diligent investigation services - locating defendants, birth parents, debtors, heirs and witnesses nationwide.

If or when a person cannot be found in America a comprehensive Affidavit of Due Diligence, meeting specific court required criteria, is provided. Professional sworn Affidavits of Due Diligence are drafted and available within hours of completing service.

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Affidavit of Due Diligence
An Affidavit of Due Diligence is a sworn statement; a person can be found guilty of perjury if she / he submits a false, inaccurate or misleading statement in a Due Diligence Affidavit. An Affidavit of Due Diligence is often submitted by a Private process server stating the efforts he / she made to find and deliver legal documents to the subject defendant (s). Due diligence in process serving generally means that the process server tried extensively to locate an individual by accessing information discoverable through diligent efforts, search and inquiry as referenced in our check list.

Some Possible Issues
Affidavits of due diligence are not appropriate in every situation, and the exact form may vary by state. Service of process is a critical component to legal proceedings, and failing to find or locate a defendant could have severe legal and financial implications on the parties involved. Before using or submitting an affidavit of due diligence, a professional investigator and or process server will work closely with an Attorney to make sure the diligence is proper and comprehensive.

When a defendant cannot be served legal process in any capacity due to not being found the services of a professional Private Investigation Agency and or Licensed Private Process Servers is crucial to a credible means for alternate service. The Due Diligence affidavit must provide specific and broad information that proves Diligence efforts, search and inquiry.

Our Due Diligence administrative services offer an credible and for Court Affidavit of Due Diligent Inquiry and Search to Attorneys seeking an alternate means for service process. Due diligence in a broad sense refers to the level of research, judgment, determination, and professional inquiries that a legal service provider would reasonably be expected to do under particular circumstances. In other words, before a diligent search affidavit can be finalized provided must be iron clad, verifiable and indisputable.

Due diligence services is a process of acquiring objective and reliable information, generally on a person, directors of a company, prior to a specific event or decision. It is usually a systematic investigative effort, which is used to gather the critical facts and descriptive information which are most relevant to the making of an informed decision on a matter before the courts.

An affidavit of due diligence is made to attest to the investigative efforts and services of a licensed person under a duty to make diligent efforts in a legal matter. It is most commonly drafted by a process server who has unsuccessfully made attempts to personally serve another with legal papers. The affidavit will set forth the attempts made to serve the person, such as times and date of attempted service, efforts to locate the person through neighbors and much more. The purpose of such an affidavit is to show the court that all legal obligations to discharge a duty have been met, and possibly may justify alternative measures, such as service by publication.

Additional Definitions
Due Diligence - A Private Investigators Expertise is different than that of others such as Accountants, Lawyers  and Consultants.
Due diligence is a program of critical analysis that companies undertake prior to making business decisions in such areas as corporate mergers/acquisitions or major product purchases/sales. The due diligence process, whether outsourced or executed in-house, is in essence an attempt to provide Attorneys and Judges with reliable and complete background information about a defendant who cannot be found or served by typical or traditional means.

Many investigate experts caution that the due diligence process is incomplete if it does not incorporate at least ten crucial elements of a critical check list. The check list is not written in stone nor is it statutory. The list is at the discretion of the professional and is drafted as a means to show the extent of efforts placed on trying to ascertain the whereabouts of a person.

A Due Diligence Affidavit Check List may include:
 Arrest Records
 Boat Registrations and Licenses
 Cell Phone Number and Records
 City Directories
 Charitable Organizations and Events
 City or Town records, such as permits, complaints and or violations
 Contact Relatives i.e. Brothers, Sister, in-laws, cousins, friends, known associates
 Corporate Records
 County Records
 Court Records
 Crash and Accident Records
 Credit Headers
 Criminal Records, Convictions
 Death Files
 Department of Corrections
 Drivers License Records
 Department of Motor Vehicle Records
 Divorce Records
 Email Addresses
 Employers - current and past
 Family Members
 Federal Court System, Civil and Criminal Cases
 Fictitious Name Filings
 Former Employees
 Hospitals in the area of the last known address
 Hunting License
 Inmate Search
 Internet Search i e. Google, MSN, Yahoo People Finder Sites
 Letters of Administration - Executrix Records
 Library Records
 Military Records
 Nationwide Predator list
 Notary License
 Occupational Licenses
 On-line Court Records
 Person (s) residing at last known address
 Police records relating to the last two known addresses
 Power or Utility Company, Cable, Cell Phone Providers
 Probate Records
 Professional Licenses
 Public Records - on line service providers
 Recent Judgments
 Recorded Documents
 Regulatory Agencies
 Research Business affiliations
 Retail Records
 Social Networking Sites
 Sheriff Websites
 Tax Collector
 Telephone Directories
 Unclaimed Assets
 US Postal Records
 Utility Records
 Vehicle Registrations
 Voter Registration
 Weapons Permit
 Website Listings

Please be advised the diligence affidavit will not contain all of the above information but it should embody a majority of the research performed and answers found.


Before commencing service by publication, the plaintiff, his agent or attorney must file a sworn statement of diligent search. There are four types of diligent search affidavits, one for each of the following types of defendants:

1. Natural Persons

2. Corporations

3. Unknown Parties

4. Parties Doing Business Under a Corporate Name

Keep in mind the following:
The examiner must carefully compare any diligent search affidavit. Any omission or material inaccuracies could make the service invalid.

The word "address" is not synonymous with the word "residence". Where the Due Diligence Affidavit makes a statement as to the "residence" of the defendant, service is defective if the word "address" is substituted. Callaghan v. Callaghan, 337 So.2d 986 (Fla. 4th D.C.A. 1976).

The steps taken must show that "an honest and conscientious effort, reasonably appropriate to the circumstances" was taken. Gans v. Heathgate-Sunflower Homeowner's Association, 593 So.2d. 549 (Fla. 4th D.C.A. 1992); Klinger v. Milton Holding Co., 136 Fla. 68, 186 So. 526 (Fla. 1939).

Within 60 days of the filing of the due diligent search affidavit, the clerk or judge shall issue a notice of action in the form set forth in Section 49.08, F.S. The notice of action shall require the defendant to file an answer and serve a copy not later than the date set forth in said notice. The referenced date shall not be less than 28 nor more than 60 days after the first publication.


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