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Hiring a Private Investigator to Catch Your Cheating Spouse

If you think your spouse might be unfaithful, no doubt you're wondering what to do. Perhaps you've already found some evidence that suggests infidelity, such as phone bills with numbers you don't recognize or credit card receipts for fancy restaurants he's never taken you to. Or, maybe you just have a hunch; he's been acting strange and distant and spending long hours at work. Whatever the reason, if you think your spouse is being unfaithful you may want to hire a private investigator to find out for sure. Here are some things you should know before you begin.

  • Decide your motive -If you want to find out if your spouse is cheating just so that you know the truth, that's fine. However, if you want evidence that you can use in court, remember that the Private Investigator will have to spend more time, in order to gain concrete evidence that will hold up in court. You should be prepared to spend more money if evidence for divorce court is your goal.

  • Make sure your Private Investigator has a license - Most states require that anyone engaging in investigations be licensed. A Private investigator should be able to produce a copy of his license immediately for you.

  • Get a contract - Like any other service, you should get a contract that includes exactly what services they will perform, on what schedule and what fees they will charge.

  • Know what it's going to cost you - Most private investigators charge by the hour, so you may not be able to get an exact fee quoted. However, you should be able to get a good estimate of how many hours it should take to get you the information you need.

  • Make sure he's insured - The private investigator is acting as your agent when he's investigating your case. If he damages someone's property in the process, you could become liable if he doesn't have ample insurance. Be certain to review his coverage before signing a contract.

  • Be sure he's experienced - Get references from clients who have used the investigator for similar services. You might not want to pay someone who has just received his license and has no experience.

  • Give him all the information he needs to do his job - Don't withhold information from your investigator; the more you can help him, the more he can find out for you in less time.

Private investigators will use surveillance to try and catch your spouse in the act. They will have videotapes of the activity they observe. However, this doesn't mean that they will always be able to provide the evidence needed in court. For instance, the Private investigator may follow your husband out one evening when he's told you that he has a business dinner. He may be able to report to you that instead of going to a restaurant, he went to an apartment building, went inside and stayed for three hours. This may be enough to convince you that your husband is cheating, but it's not the same thing as actually catching him in the act. You may be satisfied, but this evidence won't hold up in divorce court.

Private investigators can be a tremendous help if you suspect your spouse is cheating. Not only are they far more experienced in surveillance than the average citizen, they have all the required equipment. You're much more likely to get the information you're looking for by hiring a professional to keep tabs on your spouse than by trying to do so yourself. If you find that your spouse is cheating, the truth will be painful for sure, but isn't it better than not knowing?

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