Cohabitation investigations can collect crucial evidence when it comes to a divorce, employee investigation, financial settlement or child custody battle. Hiring a professional private investigator to look into a potential cohabitation situation can help protect your interests, your children, and your case.
At J.P. Investigative Group, our cohabitation investigations often include surveillance of your ex-partner. Why? Let us take a look.
Proper and legal surveillance provides a private investigator with photographic or video proof of cohabitation. Can you take pictures of your ex being affectionate with another on their front porch? Absolutely. However, proper surveillance requires hours, if not weeks, of close observation of an individual. This means discreetly following your ex or sitting outside their home for hours of time.
Your ex or employee may believe they are smarter than the law and cannot be caught. However, everyone tends to let their guard down when they think no one is watching. Proper surveillance allows a private investigator to capture these moments. From attempts to “sneak” a cohabitant in, to public displays of attention, and more – the surveillance provided by a private investigator can strip away the layers of secrecy and expose cohabitation.
Surveillance captures the evidence that will form the basis of your case. Professional surveillance is not as easy as it sounds. For you to provide the same level of constant observation, you would have to take weeks off from work, avoid leaving the site, sleep in your car, and avoid observation yourself. It also includes a host of high-tech equipment, proper techniques, and an unbiased approach.
Every state requires different types of evidence when it comes to proving cohabitation. A professional private investigator, like those at J.P. Investigative Group, understands the nuances of these state standards. By understanding these standards, it allows a reputable private investigator to quickly gather the necessary evidence you need.
At J.P. Investigative Group, we conclude each investigation with a full report of our findings, which will include the images or videos we captured during our surveillance operation. Each report is admissible in a court of law should you opt to use it. (Our reports also include interviews with key people, financial asset checks, background investigations and more!)
Additionally, as licensed private investigators, we are able to provide actually court testimony in response to the evidence we have collected. As unbiased parties in a heated court battle, this can be prudent when it comes to establishing your claims.
If you would like to learn more about how surveillance or cohabitation investigations may help your court case, contact J.P. Investigative Group today!
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