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Cohabitation Investigations & Alimony Matters | How Our Private Investigators Can Help

As you know, there are few things more important to divorcing spouses than alimony. Whether you are on the receiving end of alimony payments or you are the one who has to pay alimony regularly, there is a very good chance that it will play a critical role in your financial situation. Though the concept of alimony was created with good intentions, those being to help the financially dependent spouse for a certain period of time until he or she is capable of becoming financially independent, there are times where the spouse receiving alimony may take advantage of the spouse paying alimony. When this happens, the payor will often seek to formally terminate alimony payments. That being said, if you are an attorney representing a client in such circumstances, you may find it beneficial to hire a private investigator, as our team has extensive experience conducting cohabitation investigations to determine whether the payee is living with another partner, and thereby no longer requires alimony payments. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced Connecticut private investigators for lawyers to learn more about how we may assist you and your client in these matters.

How can cohabitation investigations determine whether a spouse still requires alimony?

There are various ways in which a cohabitation investigation can benefit both you and your client in your efforts to have their current alimony agreement either modified or terminated altogether. There are various ways in which we can check to see if your client’s former spouse is living with another partner. Some of the signs that we will look for are as follows:

  • Your client’s former spouse and another person are doing chores around the house together.
  • Your client’s former spouse and another person are sharing a vehicle, or both of their vehicles are always in the same driveway.
  • Your client’s former spouse and another person are living together.
  • Your client’s former spouse and another person are both paying rent/contributing to other daily expenses.

If we conclude that your client’s former spouse is, in fact, romantically involved with another person, and that they are both sharing the cost of living expenses, there is a very good chance that your client will have the proof he or she needs to modify or terminate the current alimony agreement. We can obtain this information via various types of surveillance, including digging into public records, monitoring their social media accounts, conducting undercover investigations, and more. If you have any further questions, give us a call today.

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