One of the most common stipulations associated with divorce is that one spouse will have to pay the other spouse alimony. Depending on a number of factors, such as the duration of their marriage, one party may have to pay their ex-spouse alimony for a period of months or years. That said, there are certain scenarios that may warrant termination of alimony, including if the party who receives alimony has moved in with a new partner who is helping to support him or her. That said, this can be difficult to prove, which is where a cohabitation investigation may prove useful. Please continue reading and reach out to our Connecticut cohabitation investigator to learn more about our services and how we can assist you. Here are some of the questions you may have:
What is the purpose of a cohabitation investigation?
If you believe that your ex is currently living with another person who is helping support them financially, there is a good chance that you will no longer have to make regular alimony payments to them. That being said, it can be difficult to prove as much legally on your own, but a private investigator can help get you the proof you need, and all within legal constraints. Our team can help conduct an investigation, such as through the use of surveillance services or stakeouts, to prove that your ex is currently living with another person. We obtain all of this information legally, which means it is absolutely admissible in court.
What will a private investigator do?
There are several things that our private investigators will look for to prove cohabitation. Just some of them are as follows:
- Cars parked continuously in the driveway
- Evidence of a person doing chores or yardwork with your ex
- Monitoring social media accounts for evidence of cohabitation
- Looking into financial habits
- Proof of splitting finances
If you have any further questions or believe a cohabitation investigation may benefit you, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Advanced Investigations today.