Do you have an uneasy feeling you just can’t seem to put your finger on? It may not be “all in your mind”. Let us help you get peace of mind by giving you a glimpse into your partner's life away from home.
Investigations on people that are part of your home life are called Domestic Investigations. A domestic investigation may be performed on a child, a husband, a wife, a lover, a significant other, a mom, a dad, or some other family member.
Do you have a cheating spouse, future spouse, or significant other seeing someone else? Are you worried about a divorce settlement or child custody issues? Do you really have reasons to be concerned? The worry can affect your entire world - how you react at work, at home, with friends and family. Our goal is to help restore the balance in your life by providing the truth about your suspicions.
If you are getting engaged, a pre-marital investigation will find truth behind your potential partner before you risk heartache, physical abuse or financial loss. We can perform a complete background investigation to find out about previous marriages, civil and criminal court actions, where they have lived, where they have worked, who they have associated with, and other potential indicators of problems.
We have investigators that specialize in infidelity cases. Through discreet surveillance and undercover operations, our investigators assist you in determining if infidelity is being committed. We will document their activities, places visited, and meetings.
What are the signs of a cheating spouse? How can you tell if your husband or wife is having an affair? There are many indications of problems and while they are not conclusive, the presence of several of them can certainly raise questions and provide warning signs of infidelity. The signs of a cheating lover may include:
Investigative Resource Group Investigations will provide you a free and confidential consultation with absolutely no judgment about you or your spouse.
Divorce matters include some of the most important decisions you will ever make. We can help you find and document the facts that can protect your best interests and, in some cases, allow your marital dispute to be settled without the need for a long, drawn out trial.
Surveillance is extremely useful for evaluating your subject, documenting their daily activities, or whatever other fact you are looking to obtain. Our equipment ranges from standard digital video cameras, to miniature body worn cameras that are hidden inside everyday items. This allows us to gather evidence even in indoor and previously problematic situations. We also utilize advanced systems such as night vision cameras and zoom lenses for documenting activity under the cover of darkness or from a distance.
Nothing provides better documentation than video surveillance. A picture tells a thousand words but video surveillance provides you with the “real picture” of the person’s activities. If surveillance is necessary we perform these observations under the agreed upon time and location parameters. Please understand, we can not promise activity on behalf of the subject.
We will conduct an in-depth history of a subject’s past through courthouse research or online databases. This investigation can include criminal background, hidden assets, employment, police records, civil history, judgments, liens or bankruptcies, driving records, nationwide database searches, education, military service, and professional and character references.
Identifying all corresponding felony and misdemeanor records associated with a subject for a seven-year period. More in-depth searches are also available.
We search courthouse databases for all civil records identifying all corresponding litigation activities regarding a subject as either plaintiff or defendant. Information released by the courthouse may vary by county.
After all the information is gathered and sorted, the investigator will transfer the information into a written report along with all supporting evidence. Since we are a licensed investigative agency and use only licensed investigators, your videotape and written report are legal court documents.
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