Cohabitation investigations are useful in many different situations. In many post-divorce settlements, alimony becomes an often expensive court ordered arrangement. However, cohabitation can affect or terminate the amount of alimony your former spouse receives. Additionally, if your ex-partner lives with an individual who poses a risk to your child, a cohabitation investigation can affect the custody decision.
From alimony payments to the safety of your children, investing in a cohabitation investigation can be a sound decision. But how can you be proactive during a cohabitation investigation? Keep reading to find out.
There are several things you can do to be proactive during a cohabitation investigation. Each depends on if you are the one requesting the investigation or the one being investigated.
One of the most proactive actions you can take is hiring a private investigator (P.I.). These licensed individuals have the knowledge, skill, and legal grounds to perform certain tasks that you would not find quite so easy. From constant surveillance and background checks to understanding what information can be legally collected and how to go about doing it, a private investigator can be an asset to any cohabitation investigation.
The professionals at JP Investigative Group, Inc. are here to help you get to the bottom of any case. If you would like to speak with a professional private investigator regarding a cohabitation investigation, contact us today.
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