Spousal Infidelity Investigations
Statistics show that the emotionally devastating act of spousal infidelity is on the rise and continues to grow at an alarming rate. While there are different circumstances surrounding each infidelity case, there are always red flags that have preceded the investigation and which have “tipped off” the betrayed spouse that an affair may be taking place. Some of the red flags that our clients have noticed are listed to the right.
While each client’s case is unique and possesses its own set of circumstances, we always advise that our clients “trust their gut”. That feeling that something isn’t right is there for a reason. It has been our experience that gut intuition serves mankind very well.
When our client senses that something is wrong, more often than not, our client is right in feeling that way.
Certainly, this is only a snippet of the wide variety of red flags our clients have encountered. Even so, there are instances when there is almost a complete absence of red flags yet the client has experienced an overwhelming sense that something just is not right in the marriage. If this sense that something is not right has brought you to our site, we invite you to contact us today. Our team of seasoned investigators will listen closely to each of your concerns and make an educated recommendation based on the information you provide.
Consultations are FREE & 100% confidential.
Surveillance is almost always necessary in a spousal infidelity investigation. Our investigators are highly trained in covert techniques and are sensitive to the wide range of emotions that are experienced during these situations. The team at Brown, Kaszak, & Associates has extensive experience in these type of investigations and have helped to successfully bring resolution to countless clients.
Whenever we discuss surveillance, we like to remind folks to allow professionals to do their jobs. Frequent drive-bys by a client will not stand up in court and can result in a harassment claim against the one doing it. It also increases the risk that the subject will be “tipped off” that he or she is being watched.
Our investigators are professionals. They will conduct surveillance and obtain evidence always by the letter of the law and always with the understanding that any evidence obtained must be admissible in court.
Background checks, or background investigations, are tools that are often utilized at the onset of an investigation or during the course of an investigation to hone in a case and determine which course of action may be the best to take. This investigative tool can shed light on a number of factors and, often, can help piece together the various aspects of a case. [Learn more]
GPS (Global Positioning System) tracking can significantly aid a spousal infidelity investigation, can reduce client expenditure, and is available to clients for little added cost. Brown, Kaszak, & Associates has the ability to track vehicles in real-time and can use GPS capabilities to help bring resolution to any infidelity case. While our tracking service is prime for some, there are certain stipulations that must be adhered to. For instance, we can only place a GPS unit on a vehicle for which our client is a titleholder. To learn more about this investigative tool, please click here.