Sometimes a divorce is simple when both parties agree to all the terms and division of property. We never hear about these divorces. When you add children into the situation, it can become a complicated process. Parents fight about custody, the visitation schedule and child support. And usually when children are involved the marriage is broken by infidelity. That is when the attorney reaches out to for assistance. In these cases, there is a good chance that one of the partners is hiding much more than being unfaithful. It could be money; it could be pornography or other addictions.
Let’s take a step-by-step process to determine exactly what is happening in a typical complicated divorce with children when one partner has found someone else and has been planning an exit for a lot longer than the other partner knew about. Hiring a private investigator is foreign to many people who have never utilized this type of service and there can be many questions that need to be asked and answered. Here are examples of areas of concern that may apply to your situation:
- Obtain a good attorney. A good attorney seeks professional help to assist them in proving their case in court.
- Hire a good Investigative Company, can handle an assortment of cases effectively and professionally and are result oriented.
- Always remember, the other side may be doing the same thing, so if you are involved in any activities that could hurt your case, STOP being a part of it and concentrate on the end result.
- Be aware of your actions and continue to support your children in the manner they have grown accustom to.
works with many law firms throughout the country and have provided information that has been essential in winning cases.
Your attorney may hire us through the law firm so that there is “Attorney Client Privilege” which is very important in many divorce cases.
We will need information regarding your spouse, Photo, place of employment/scheduled work hours, DOB, SSN, Address, Vehicle information (LP #, Make and Model). Now is not the time to withhold information to either your attorney or to us. We encourage you to be upfront and provide us with detailed information even though in the beginning this may be uncomfortable, but in the end, you will see that your input and our investigation will make for an easier experience.
-Brenda McGinley, CEO, All in Investigations, All in Investigations