have been divorced or in the middle of a divorce, the question of "Who will the children
live with?" becomes a major concern. Child
custody involves deciding who will have custody or physical
control of the children in question.
What evidence can you
most times our it seems that our legal system has a tendency to treat children like pieces
of property, which can be difficult for everyone including the
main objective in reaching an agreement is what is best suited
for the child. Divorce and separation is a very difficult,
distressing and complicated situation. However, the most
important issue surrounding the breakup of a relationship is
the well being of any existing children. It can be even worse
when you suspect your children are being placed into an
environment which is less than desirable and unknown.
investigation may reveal evidence of...
- Child abuse
- Child neglect
- Cohabitation with
- Drug and alcohol
abuse of parent/guardian
- Parents spending
little or time with the children during visitation
involvement of your child by other persons with notorious
backgrounds or lifestyles who may have been introduced by
the other parent.
Who can tell the court
what is really going on?
may have knowledge of situations that endanger your child, but
your testimony versus the other parent is typically not enough
to ensure the desired placement of the child to your custody.
will need objective courtroom testimony and independent
video/photographic documentation/evidence to help you
effectively protect your child. That is accomplished by hiring
an experienced licensed Private Investigator to obtain the
evidence that you need.
are many times that parents fight for the custody of their
children, not because they truly believe that the other parent
is unfit, but because they want to hurt the other parent by
taking the child away. In many cases the parent seeking full
custody does not have the time or the desire to have full
custody. In past custody cases Assured has been able to
prove, through surveillance that the parent seeking custody
actually was spending very little time with the child or
What if my Divorce Attorney says I don’t
need a Private Investigator!
times parents and their attorneys are filing complaints for
full custody based solely on the information and testimony of
that parent. Attorneys are not licensed to conduct
investigations and only present the evidence that you give
them. In order for you to have an edge in the courtroom you must
provide objectively gathered courtroom testimony from an experienced
Licensed Private Investigator.
Assured Investigations to find the TRUTH!