- January 4, 2023
- Posted by: ACM Investigations LLC
- Category: News
If you are considering a divorce or are already in the midst of one, you may be wondering how a private investigator can help. In Georgia, a private investigator can be a valuable resource in a divorce case, particularly when it comes to issues of infidelity, child custody, and financial matters.
When it comes to infidelity, a private investigator can gather evidence to support or refute claims of cheating. This can be important in cases where infidelity is grounds for divorce, or where it may impact the division of assets or child custody. An investigator can gather evidence through a variety of means, including surveillance, interviews, and analysis of electronic records.
In cases involving child custody, a private investigator may be able to provide evidence about the parenting skills and habits of each spouse. This can be important in cases where one parent is seeking sole custody or where there are concerns about the fitness of one parent to care for the children. An investigator can observe the parenting skills of each spouse, interview any relevant parties, and gather other types of evidence to help establish the best interests of the children.
Finally, a private investigator can also be helpful in cases where there are financial disputes or concerns about the discovery of assets. An investigator can help locate and document assets that may be relevant to the divorce case, such as bank accounts, real estate, investments, and business interests. This can be especially important in cases where one spouse is suspected of hiding assets or income.
It is important to note that while a private investigator can be a valuable resource in a divorce case, you should discuss the use of an investigator with your lawyer before hiring one. Your lawyer can advise you on the best way to use an investigator in your case, and can help ensure that the evidence gathered by the investigator is admissible in court.
At ACM Investigations, we have experience working with clients in divorce cases in Georgia. In one recent case, we were hired by a client who suspected that her spouse was cheating. Through surveillance and analysis of electronic records, we were able to gather evidence that supported her suspicions and helped her to make a stronger case for divorce.
If you are considering a divorce in Georgia and think that a private investigator might be able to help, we encourage you to get in touch with us. Our team of experienced investigators can help you get the answers you need, and we will work with your lawyer to ensure that the evidence we gather is admissible in court. Contact us today to learn more.