Hiring a Private Investigator
Do you think your spouse is cheating? Hiding assets? Cohabitating? Abusing or neglecting your children? If you answered yes to any of these questions you may want to hire a private investigator.
One of the major reasons people hire private investigators for divorce cases is to uncover hidden assets. A private investigator has access to databases and records that aren't readily available to other people. Just suppose your husband has bank accounts that are under only his name that you don't know about, you could uncover those accounts with rigorous searching. They can find that information much faster than you could on their own.
Another reason for hiring a private investigator for your divorce is to prove that your spouse is cheating. Have you found receipts to restaurants or hotels; are there unfamiliar phone numbers on the cell phone bill; have they all of sudden started working long hours or become distant? Maybe it's just a hunch or a feeling. Whatever the reason, if you think your spouse is cheating you may want to hire a private investigator to find out for sure. This is a common task for private investigators and it may be beneficial to your case in some states. For some people it's just a matter of they need to know for themselves.
Additionally, you may suspect that your spouse is abusing or neglecting your children while he or she has custody, which is another reason to hire a private investigator. They can provide information and evidence pertinent to custody cases. They can investigate claims of a parent being unfit, and possibly provide documentation of alcoholism, drug use or unhealthy living conditions for your children.
Keep in mind that sometimes hiring a private investigator can be expensive and make the divorce more adversarial.
If you have decided that you need a private investigator how do you go about hiring the right one? Here are some helpful hits on choosing the right investigator:
Once you've decided what information you are after, and which investigator you are going to use be sure to work with them to get the best results. Do not withhold information from your investigator; the more information you can give the more they can find out for you. This can save you both time and money.
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