All Tech Investigations

All Tech Investigations LLC 

734 County Road 171 W

Kilgore, Texas 75662 

Phone: 903-987-9775

 Contact 903-987-9775 ~ PI@AllTechPI.com

Child Support Investigations

We can help you collect unpaid Texas child support.  If your child’s other parent is not making payments for child support, but continues to earn income in some form, we may be able to help you collect where the government falls short.

Let’s face facts, there are many child support enforcement cases like yours and the court system is overloaded.  Your one “deadbeat” parent case may not get the attention it deserves.

We know first hand how difficult life can be when no one is listening to you.  Sometimes, it is in your best interest to get things done for yourself.

That’s where we come in.

We assist in locating employment for parents not paying their Texas Child Support.

The most important thing to know about us is that we are not a collection agency.  In our opinion, taking 34% of your child’s money is reprehensible.  In Texas, we have a strong court system in place to collect the money for you.  The only problem with that system is that it is not designed to act as a detective agency.  The court does the best it can with the tools they have, and if the type of information we at All Tech Investigations can locate for you is presented to them, they will act on it to collect your child’s money.

At All Tech Investigations, we work to provide you with the information, evidence and direction that the Friend of the Court requires for prompt Texas child support enforcement.  In short, we find out where your child’s other parent is working and give you that information to present to the Friend of the Court, the Judge or your attorney.  It’s that simple.

Although your ultimate goal is to get payment of child support, there may be many different approaches to reach that goal.  Sometimes getting the name of the employer and providing it to the Friend of the Court is enough.  Other times, you may need proof when the other parent is actively trying to hide their income from you.  We can help with either extreme.  Our services can be provided in several ways, depending on what you believe the other parent is doing and how much information you already know.

How do we do it?

As licensed private investigators who understand child support law, we have the ability to develop a vast amount of information about people, including where someone is working.

Certain divorces or other family cases can benefit from the use of a private investigator.  Investigators can be very helpful in obtaining documentation regarding lifestyle, assets, income, roommates, friends, paramour and parents, including their criminal history, work history, demonstrating hidden affluence, locating and interviewing witnesses, and obtaining information regarding abuse or neglect.

Child custody and support are often the most disputed areas as they affect both emotions and money. Unfortunately, children are often used as bargaining chips.  Parents’ responsibility to manage their children’s growth and development continues even though the marriage ends.

What about their Assets?

If the other parent has assets, like boats, cars, real estate, snow mobiles, jet skis, etc. registered in their name, your judge has the ability to order the seizure and selling of these goods to provide the money to pay for your child support.  Each judge has differing opinions on what should and should not be done, but they do appreciate to know that they were being lied to by a parent who claims not to have the money to pay for child support while having luxury assets and “living the good life”.  Again, this is something that the Friend of the Court does not have the resources to search for.

Some of the factors that you should consider when selecting one of our services are as follows:

Is the other parent working a normal job and drawing a pay check?

Do they own their own business?

Do they work “under the table”?

Do they work for a relative?

Each of these has a significant impact on the how we approach the case.  Obviously, if the other parent is taking great efforts to avoid paying, the process is more complicated and time consuming for us.