Many couples after going through divorce find themselves still in a co-parenting relationship. Co-parenting can be difficult because both parents are not present with the child at the same time. This can result in both parents making very different decisions for the child that their former spouse might not agree with. The other spouse has no say in it though, because they are not present. If co-parents cannot work together to maintain their child’s best interest, the issue(s) should be resolved as soon as possible. To resolve this issue, one parent will often seek a child custody modification. To obtain the modification, parents must provide evidence of wrongdoing on the part of their former spouse. This evidence can be difficult to obtain because the parent seeking the child custody modification is not present when the other parent is making decisions for their child. Our Connecticut child custody investigator can help you to obtain the evidence needed for the modification.
Why should I hire a child custody investigator?
Our Private Investigator Services for Families will work to prove that your former spouse has been exhibiting dangerous behavior that poses risks to your child. The modification requires you to prove they are not responsible and not always acting in the child’s best interest. This can help you to obtain sole custody of your child.
What methods will they use to prove my former spouse is not a responsible parent?
Various investigations will take place to watch your former spouse with your child. Photos, videos, and other forms of surveillance will be documented. Some behaviors that make your former spouse unfit to raise your child are violence, risky behavior, taking drugs, drinking alcohol excessively, leaving your child unattended, verbal or physical abuse to your child, not providing them with a safe living environment, and more. All surveillance conducted by our investigators is legal and can be used in court to obtain a child custody modification.
As a parent, your main priority is always your child. If you are considering taking your former spouse to court to request the modification, you should first reach out to our office. We understand that this is a time-sensitive matter for the sake of your child. We will take swift and thorough action to collect all the evidence necessary. We are here to help. Schedule an initial consultation with us today to learn more about the services we offer.
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If you are someone who requires a private investigator, you can turn to us. For years, Advanced Investigations has been helping individuals achieve the peace of mind they deserve and need to go on living happy lives. No matter your circumstances, contact Advanced Investigations today so we can help.