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Shafer Investigations

Plano, TX

1 hire on Bark
Shafer Investigations logo

Shafer Investigations

Plano, TX

1 hire on Bark


Full service, fully insured licensed private investigations agency with over 10 years experience in the private legal services industry.

TX Lic# A19452

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M. Fratter

17 October 2019

Mr. Shafer is professional, hard-working, creative, and intelligent. Unlike most investigators, Mr. Shafer is genuinely committed to his clients and to the tasks asked to perform. Money well spent on every time we have called upon his wisdom and expertise. A must hire!!! Criminal cases, Family law cases, research, surveillance, and good old fashion detective work. More...


Ron Cutler

2 January 2019

Very reliable and knowledgeable


Candace A.

5 November 2017

Even though the reason for needed services were not ideal. Shafer Investigations took care of myself and my situation with a level of professionalism matched by very few if any. Mr. D.Shafer,lead investigator was hands on and handled my case very well. Well worth my time and money and gets the work done! More...

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The sense of fulfillment from helping people out of difficult situations.

Independent thinking and the belief I could best give back to the community in this capacity.

You won't find a higher standard of ethics and professionalism.


Divorce, child custody, cheating spouse, child welfare and other cases involving family and significant others.

Defense and prosecution cases where a private citizen needs an independent investigation.

The name says it all. However, there are rules to this type of case beyond standard laws and ethics. Locations of missing individuals cannot be released to anyone without the subject's permission, unless specific exception criteria is met.

While technically a criminal investigation, many theft and fraud cases require very specific steps to prove such actions are taking place.

Legal notification of a civil suit. Required before a case can move forward.

No, we can't punch a few keys in a computer and tell you where someone banks, how much money they have and what their account number is. However, for a fee, we can generally find out what an individual owns and where they bank.