Many private detectives are employed to help with family law matters, and they may be useful for various reasons. But more than often, what they find is more often than not circumstantial rather than what you would see on the television. In fact, you may need to hire someone to look into your marriage or relationship if you’re getting divorced or thinking about it. Here’s what to expect from a divorce investigation.
As mentioned above, a divorce investigation will be circumstantial in nature. That means that you won’t really have any solid proof of infidelity until the investigation is over. There are many ways that private investigators could dig up information on you without even needing to dig up any hard evidence. For instance, let’s say that you suspect your husband or wife of cheating on you. You could hire an investigator to follow your partner around and snap pictures or video him or her in different compromising situations.
As well as video and photographs, private investigators can also interview witnesses and even interview the people that know both spouses well. This will allow them to build a solid case against your partners. They can use this information to help sway the courts towards accepting their version of events. They could also use this information to help gain custody of your children if you are seeking full custody or visitation rights. The bottom line is that if you are seeking any sort of visitation rights or custody, private investigators can make a very persuasive argument for you. They will have hard evidence to show that you are at fault for the infidelity and will have a lot of proof that will paint the other spouse in a bad light.
It’s important to remember that if you have reason to believe that your spouse has been unfaithful, you should consult a lawyer to help you gather the evidence. A lawyer will be able to gather the evidence you need and build a strong case against your cheating spouse. Your attorney will be able to build a strong case by using your word against your spouse. In addition, an experienced attorney will be familiar with the custody laws in your state and will know exactly how to set up meetings and what to say to get you what you deserve.
It can be very devastating when a spouse has an affair and the trust between the two partners is broken. It is especially heart wrenching when this spouse is the wife. The fact is that there are thousands of wives each year who feel that their husbands have been unfaithful and want to get a divorce. There are many reasons that an investigation may reveal extramarital affairs, but the most common reason is infidelity.
In divorce investigations, private investigators use surveillance to gather hard evidence on their client’s spouses. Many times the surveillance takes place in the home where the infidelity may be more extensive. When the investigation begins, private investigators follow a trail of bread from the home, to the office, to the car, to the clothing store, and anywhere else there may be contact between the client’s spouse and the “other”.
If you are trying to get your ex-wife back after she has an affair then you may want to hire a private investigator to help you gather the proof you need to get your ex back. A private investigator will have access to the best surveillance equipment around and he will record phone conversations, video tape, and secret messages. You can also use a private investigator to gather evidence that your spouse is seeing someone else. A private investigator can track your spouse’s associates as well as emails and other electronic messages. Most private investigators use a combination of video, audio and document evidence collection to present strong cases against their clients. With the technology today, it is not difficult for a private investigator to gather the proof you need to win your custody case or child support case.
The job of private investigators is not only to find out if your spouse is cheating on you. These investigators will also reveal if your spouse is hiding assets from you or using your money for personal expenses. Some of the most common assets that are hidden by a spouse include retirement plans, bank accounts, pensions, gift cards, and insurance policies. Many of these assets are easily accessible if your spouse is willing to share them with someone else. By using hidden assets, a spouse can hide their income or asset value and create a huge hole in your financial security.