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We were hired by an attorney on retainer to look into a case involving domestic violence between a husband and wife. The story as told to us was, the couple had a major fight at their house to the extent that the wife hit the husband, to which she admitted to, and the husband choked her, to which he denied. The neighbors overhearing the commotion called the police.
A man hired us to investigate his wife and determine if she was having an affair. His suspicion was based on her hiding her phone, secretive with passwords, keeping separate phone records, and sleeping with her phone.
A man claimed workman’s comp due to a back injury he incurred as a Plumber. The employer became suspicious and hired us to see if the claim was false.
A woman contacted us because her 19 year old son was missing and hired us to find him. She explained to us that he had chosen to leave and did not know where he was. We advised the client up front that most of the time when an adult child leaves, it is because that is their choice and while we will most likely be able to locate him, he is an adult and legally does not have to come home.
A man came to us with a suspicion that his ex-wife was cohabiting with another man. In their divorce agreement he was to pay her $2,500 a month in spousal support (alimony). Which in order to receive spousal support or alimony, the person receiving the support must live alone. Read what we found and how it concluded.
Jennifer and Brad have been married for five years. Their relationship seemed stable, but Jennifer has noticed changes in Brad’s behavior the past seven months. She ignored the changes at first. Most were easily explained and just as easily dismissed. Then she read the eye-opening list that follows.