There are so many emotions involved when family issues arise. It’s hard to know where to turn for help or find someone with whom to talk. Hiring an attorney for a divorce is a given. Hiring a private investigator should be your second decision.
Private investigators aren’t commonly used during divorce cases. This is often because of misunderstanding what services a private eye can bring to the table. We dig up secrets with child custody cases, so we can offer a lot.
It’s not just uncovering infidelity or locating hidden bank accounts. A private investigator helps build a stronger case while working alongside your family attorney. We know what to look for and how to find information efficiently.
Types of Investigations
A private investigator can look into elder abuse or negligence by getting a better idea of the case. We monitor interactions, record video evidence to support a possible claim, and gather data into a report.
Financial fraud is another area where a qualified private investigator can assist. We gather vital information so it’s admissible in court.
We conduct background checks if a client feels someone is acting odd. Many requests come from parents and grandparents of children. This is a simple way to ease your mind.
Sometimes the only way to know what is going on when you can’t see is to hire a private investigator for surveillance. We can be your eyes to provide peace of mind and answers.
If you suspect your partner is cheating, we’re a discreet way to find out. We can validate or confirm suspicions. Sometimes, we’re able to determine something other than infidelity.