If you suspect your spouse may be cheating, it’s imperative to get conclusive proof before confronting him or her or initiating divorce proceedings. The best way to confirm your suspicions is to hire a private investigator.
Here at Global Investigative Services, we have decades of experience in adultery investigations. We are dedicated to finding as much information as possible so you can decide on the next steps you want to take.
Do You Suspect Your Spouse Is Being Unfaithful?
While there are many actions you may observe that could indicate your spouse is cheating, the only conclusive proof is catching him or her in the act. However, it is important to understand some potential signs of adultery:
- Unexplained changes in your spouse’s schedule
- Higher interest in fashion and/or hygiene
- Increased secrecy in internet and social media usage
- Sudden changes in your intimate relationship
None of these actions can prove infidelity on their own, and not all adulterous spouses display these characteristics. Even if you notice potentially suspicious behavior, the only way to know for sure whether your spouse is being unfaithful is to get conclusive proof.
Can You Prove Infidelity on Your Own?
If you’ve noticed some concerning behavior from your spouse that may indicate adultery, it can be tempting to confront him or her right away. However, this can have several negative consequences:
- Your relationship may be damaged if your fears are unfounded
- Your spouse may decide to initiate divorce proceedings before you are ready
- Your spouse may untruthfully deny your accusation, continue his or her behavior, and hide it better
Trying to investigate adultery on your own can be emotionally challenging, and it may harm your marriage regardless of whether your spouse is unfaithful. Starting a personal investigation of your spouse may breach his or her trust in you, especially if it turns out that your spouse is not engaging in adultery.
Should You Ask a Friend To Investigate?
Another option you may consider is asking a friend to try to find evidence of your spouse’s unfaithfulness. However, this choice can have many of the same negative consequences as investigating it yourself. It can place your friend in a very awkward position, creating potential problems in your friendship.
A friend will likely have a hard time taking an unbiased view of your spouse’s actions. Additionally, most people aren’t aware of the complex laws that regulate what investigators can and cannot do when surveilling people. It is easy for a private individual to unknowingly break the law when investigating, which could lead to criminal prosecution.
Rather than trying to find proof of your spouse’s suspected behavior on your own or asking a friend to help you investigate, hire a professional. A private investigator has the experience and tools to find conclusive evidence of your spouse’s actions.
What Are the Benefits of Hiring Global Investigative Services?
At GIS, our investigators are here to provide top-of-the-line adultery investigation services. We understand how difficult and upsetting this situation can be. When you contact us, you’ll be treated with respect, and we will do everything we can to give you the peace of mind you deserve.
Our investigators are professionals with years of experience in law enforcement. We know exactly what to look for and how to obtain legally admissible evidence that can be useful in divorce, alimony, and child custody negotiations. When you hire us, you can count on exclusive benefits:
- Effective, tried-and-true surveillance techniques
- Cutting-edge technology, including covert cameras
- Discreet, professional behavior
- Compliance with all laws, ensuring obtained evidence is admissible in court
- Coverage in two states (North Carolina and South Carolina)
When you hire Global Investigative Services, you can rest assured that we will find out the truth about your spouse’s behavior. We’ll provide you with solid evidence of his or her actions, working discreetly to ensure effective surveillance and to protect your privacy. For more information on our adultery investigation services, give us a call, or use our online form.