Many parents have serious concerns about the behavior of their child´s other parent and also other people to whom their children are exposed.
These concerns range from children returning intimidated from visiting the other parent to drug or alcohol abuse. It is also often possible for a parent with substance abuse problems to present themselves to the court as competent, requiring the court to document their true conduct when no court officer is watching.
Our experts use surveillance and investigation to legally and accurately gather evidence in accordance with court requirements. Our investigators will, of course, testify to any results found in court, to aid in fighting for custody of your child.
What can I do if I suspect my child is not in good hands?
We conduct in-depth investigative and surveillance operations, focusing on providing you with evidence to assist the courts in determining the character and suitability of parents in custody cases.
Our experienced private investigators specialize in custody investigations. We may monitor the other parent to identify any possible illegal or inappropriate activity during the time your child is in their care.
In addition, it is very helpful to document what activities take place outside of visiting hours and to document this by observing activities, lifestyle, living conditions and people with whom they may be connected.
Our detectives regularly investigate and document, among other things, drug / alcohol abuse in the presence of children, children left unattended while the parent is away or leaves the child in the care of an unknown persons. Likewise, our detectives regularly document violations of previous agreements, neglect and abuse of children.
The use of a detective agency to document such activities and violations is imperative, otherwise the judges or youth welfare offices cannot be certain what is truly going on.
We know exactly how important it is to conduct custody investigations. Many parents, grandparents, and other affected family members have found that the evidence we uncovered during our custody investigation helped them finally obtain sole custody of their children.