If you are trying to establish infidelity and prove fault on the part of your spouse for purposes of gaining an advantage in a divorce action, more time, documentation and investigative work will be required.
This will always involve preparing a very detailed report, making proper identification of the other person and likely conducting multiple days of surveillance demonstrating this behavior to show a pattern or get the footage that proves they are more than just "friends".
For some, this may be enough, but for others who need more information we may need to conduct additional surveillance and investigative procedures to get more information about where he/she is going or whom they are with.
An analysis of how this may effect your situation should be prepared by your attorney.
Each state has varying laws about fault and its effect on judgements, so again consult with an attorney.
If you are looking to use spousal surveillance to gain an advantage in court, more often than not, multiple days of surveillance will be required to show a pattern of cheating."I Just Want to Know the Truth".
For those of you looking for proof but not evidence for court, the surveillance can be easier and cheaper. If your spouse tells you he/she is going to a co-workers retirement party after work but they actually drive to someones condo and let themselves in, you probably have all the infomation you need. Again, time is money and the more that you can narrow down "when", "where" and with "whom" your spouse is engaged in this type of behavior, the cheaper, easier and more productive the surveillance will be.
Other times, your spouse may simply do whatever they said they were going to do: go to the mall, meet a friend for dinner, visit a relative. Unlike many others, we don\'t limit our surveillance to what can be seen from the window of a car.
All of our operatives are equipped with state-of-the-art long-range and hidden video cameras.
Big Decision: If you need to confirm suspicions about a cheating spouse or you already know what they are up to but need some independent evidence, we can help.
One of the most important things to do is make the following decision ahead of time: Do I simply want to know what he/she is doing for peace of mind or am I looking for evidence of infidelity to get an advantage in court?
Investigating a cheating spouse is a delicate matter.
Several important factors need to be considered before hand to help increase the odds of getting the proof you are seeking and to ensure that what the investigator finds is going to meet your needs.
Please understand that using multiple investigators on surveillance is the norm.