Investigative Resource Center is a lead provider in various surveillance services. Among our services are Insurance Fraud Investigations, Private Detective and Investigators on retainer, Arson Investigation, Workers' Comp Investigation and along with our Divorce Investigations, we provide Marriage Surveillance as well.
Divorce cases are never easy and the dissolution of marries are both upsetting and taxing. Before a divorce trial begins, you should thoroughly read up on your state’s respective divorce laws. Both parties must also sign the divorce papers before any further proceedings. When it comes to legal proceedings, it’s usually necessary to gather evidence to prove your case. And in the course of an at-fault divorce or child custody battle, private and personal family matters are sometimes revealed, which can become very messy if not handled properly.
Matters relating to legal separation or divorce may need to be investigated and followed up on and they include; proof of abandonment, irreconcilable differences, or obtaining divorce decrees. If you believe your spouse is unfit or incapable of having custody of your children, you must document the activities of suspicion.
While the percentage of divorces investigations has actually gone down as a result of the enactment of no-fault divorce laws, the actual number of divorces in the United States has increased to alarming rates. Now on the books in almost every state, “no-fault” divorce simply means that grounds for divorce are no longer necessary. Before no-fault divorce laws, private investigators had been used to develop evidence for grounds for the divorce.
With the relatively new format of the no-fault divorce law, certain states provide for the “equitable” distribution of marital property when the divorce is final. However, a spouse may sometimes attempt to hide assets in an effort to avoid splitting them which is where IRC comes into play. As part of divorce investigations, our investigators are able to survey and monitor a spouse’s finances and discover any hidden assets that include; private bank accounts, unreported income, travelers’ checks, false payments and retirement accounts. Divorce investigations may also help prove that a spouse squandered marital property, intentionally or otherwise, and should not be awarded half of what remains. In many cases, if adultery has occurred, the cheating spouse will receive close to nothing from the settlement.
Our divorce surveillance tactics are similar to our marital surveillance methods and they are as follows:
- Asset Investigation
- Property Inventory
- Cohabitation Investigation
- Polygraph Examination Lie Detection
- Semen Testing
- Bodily Fluid Testing
- DNA for Hair and Skin
- Covert Pregnancy Testing
- Surface Drug Testing
- Photos of Unknown Subjects
- Communications Activity
- Computer Usage
- Internet Usage
- Email Tracing
- Identity Verification
- Covert and Undercover Assignments
Going through a divorce is not easy and you need to be protected. Call us today at Investigative Resource Center and have your worries put to rest!