When a marriage is approaching or coming to an end, things can get messy real fast. A private investigator from Precision Investigations can uncover the evidence you need to prove infidelity or gain the upper hand in a divorce. Even though Kansas has no fault divorce laws, there are things like child custody investigations and child support to consider when hiring a private investigator.
Marriage Infidelity Private Investigator
Many of our clients need to know if there has been infidelity in the marriage. Precision Investigations can uncover court admissible evidence of a cheating spouse if there is any. We’ll deploy discreet surveillance using state of the art photography, video, and tracking equipment that will highlight what’s going on. We can also use digital forensics to uncover hidden or deleted texts, emails, and phone calls that prove you have been lied to and cheated on.
As the divorce progresses, there are important factors to consider. Precision Investigations provides child custody investigations that prove, with evidence, who will be the more suitable parent to raise the children. We’ll do a background check on your spouse to find out if there other parts of his or her past that will be important for you and your attorney to know. If a spouse has been hiding money, engaging in illegal activity, has been negligent in their parental duties, or has been involved in any other civil or criminal activities, we’ll find that evidence too.
As the divorce finalizes, there can be some very hurt feelings and irrational behavior. Normally, the spouse who initiated the divorce is eager to move on wit their life. The other half, however, may decide to engage in stalking, harassing, and other illicit behavior. Precision Investigations will provide surveillance of your ex-spouse and track them so you know where they are at any given time. We’ll document their behavior so you have evidence prior to getting law enforcement involved. When the child is concerned, we can offer civil standby services for custody transfers and ensure a peaceful and safe process for the child.