Catching A Cheater

Catching a cheater

Investigating a cheating spouse is a delicate matter. Several important factors need to be considered beforehand to increase the overall chances of getting the evidence that you are seeking and to ensure that what Dirty Deeds Investigations finds is going to meet your needs.
If you are trying to establish infidelity and prove fault on the other party for purposes of gaining an advantage in a divorce action, more time, documentation and investigative work will be required. This will require the preparation of a very detailed report. It is extremely important to make proper identification of the other person and will likely require conducting multiple days of surveillance. It is also very important to show that this behavior shows a pattern or to get the evidence that proves they are more than just "friends".
Divorce and separation are very difficult and complicated situations. However, the most important issue surrounding the breakup of a relationship is the well-being of your children. It can be even worse when you suspect your children are being placed into an unhealthy or unsafe environment.
Our investigations can reveal evidence of child abuse, child neglect, and cohabitation with children present, drug/alcohol abuse, and direct involvement of your child by other persons with notorious backgrounds or lifestyles who may have been introduced by the other parent. Our Investigators can also find out whether a parent indulges in reckless driving, criminal activity, alcoholism, neglect, or other activities that may affect a child's welfare. Based on the information and evidence gathered, parents and courts can determine what to do to ensure the child’s safety. Dirty Deeds Investigation’s findings always have more credence in court than a parent's accusations, so if you have any suspicions, a qualified professional investigator is essential.
Dirty Deeds Investigations will incorporate discreet surveillance, comprehensive background investigations, interviews, statements, internet profiling and social media searches in order to find everything there is to prove your case.
If your attorney believes it's time to hire an investigator in preparation for a child custody battle in the courts, please contact us for a FREE consultation. We will work closely with your attorney and help them build an effective case for you.