When you suspect infidelity is taking place, it is easy to think that approaching your partner and confronting them will make them come clean with the affair. Afterward, they promise to be faithful for the rest of your marriage, or they give you all the evidence you need to file for a favorable divorce or win custody of your children.
While we cannot say that this will never happen, the outcome is usually a little different and goes something like this: You approach your spouse with suspicions that an affair is taking place. Your spouse, more often than not, will deny an affair is taking place. They will ask you “why you feel like they are cheating”, they will twist the story and call you irrational, and then they will cover their tracks and hide all evidence of wrongdoing. Now, you have no proof, feel guilty about the situation, and become even more suspicious and eager to find proof of infidelity – the problem is that now they are tipped off to your suspicions.
Rather than confronting your spouse, your best bet is to hire a private investigator to help you collect and categorize the evidence necessary to meet your needs.
What kind of evidence do you need?
It all depends on your situation and what your desired outcome is. There is a huge difference between evidence for peace of mind and evidence for dissolution of marriage. The difference is even bigger when you’re going after child custody or alimony payments.
The goal of an investigation is not to only find the information you need, but to gather and collect as much information as possible to prove an affair is taking place. This is especially true if you feel like you will, at some point or another, end up in court. At that point, court admissible evidence will make all the difference.
Our investigators incorporate many methods and techniques to acquire this information and document it as court-admissible evidence – From surveillance services to document patterns and gather undeniable evidence on video, to GPS tracking to monitor driving habits and locations visited by your spouse.
Our investigators also employ social media investigations to back up or disprove stories and alibis. We conduct thorough open source intelligence investigations to uncover signs of infidelity. This includes – when possible – collecting evidence of online dating profiles, social network activities, or illicit network usage.
We also work with you to show you how to request cellphone records from your family plan. If you have these records in hand, we can also attempt to verify phone numbers to see if they add up to their day-to-day life patterns.
Regardless of what your end goal is going to be – whether you are going to work out any problems in the relationship by visiting or seeking help from a counselor, deciding to take your spouse to court and filing for a divorce, or to simply call it quits and start over – you will need to have the right evidence by your side.
Evidence helps you reach solutions. Without evidence, you may end up going in circles of accusations where one partner blames the other.
Our team is here to help you find the evidence you need to help you reach a solution with your spouse. The right evidence makes all the difference – we can help.