Spousal Infidelity Investigations You Deserve to Know the Truth
You deserve to know the truth.
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 and 100% confidential.
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Time Away from Home
Has there been a sudden increase in your spouse's time away from home?
Decreased Sexual Interest
Has your spouse shown a lack, or decreased level, of interest in sexual activity?
Not Returning Phonecalls
Does there always seem to be a failure or delay in returning your phonecalls?
Keen Interest in Schedule
Has your spouse suddenly developed a heightened interest in knowing your schedule?
Have you discovered purchases on your bank statements that you knew nothing about?
Desire for Privacy
Does your spouse suddenly desire privacy when he or she is making or receiving phonecalls or texts?
Distracted or Daydreaming
Has your spouse seemed distant, distracted, or as if they are always daydreaming or lost in thought?
Have you noticed new email addresses being used or a change in your spouse's browser history?