Child Custody Investigations

The following details a child custody case. A mother was concerned that her child’s father was possibly mistreating their child on weekend visits. A surveillance operation was scheduled to observe the father and child over the following few weeks. The father and child were followed to an indoor children’s play area of a large shopping mall. This continued and regular reports were given to the mother. On each 6hr observation the father demonstrated exemplary paternal care of the child. There were no concerns, as the hours passed it was noted how tired the child became leading to the child crying for his mother and saying he wanted to go home. The father and child would depart at these point, returning the child to his mother. On relaying the results to the client we were instructed to carry out further surveillance operations for the next two weekends. The pattern was repeated on subsequent paternal visits and again we stated that there were no concerns regarding the fathers behaviour and treatment of the child. Our result found that the child was suffering from mild exhaustion towards the end of the visitation, not as a result of the fathers actions but in part the child was suffering due to over-excitement and exertions during the visits. We advised the mother to seeks resolution via a Counsellor to work out their differences and avoid additional legal expenses and court appearances. They eventually found common ground whilst avoiding huge unnecessary legal costs to benefit of their child. Whilst our endeavours are not always this rewarding we have a duty of care to our client and always seek a positive outcome. If you have any concerns...

Matrimonial Affair

Having been instructed by our client to investigate her husband as she suspects he is having an matrimonial affair, we began a surveillance operation which quickly showed that our clients suspicions were correct and that her husband was having an affair. The client then came back and asked us to dig deeper into the affair, find out the females name, find out how long it had been going on, if her husband has any unknown financial commitments to this female. We then set up electronic surveillance by embedding a software programme onto the husbands computer. At this point it should be noted that the installation of the programme takes less than 5 minutes and runs in stealth mode ensuring it is invisible from detection  providing complete transparency from a remote computer of all activity, E-mails, web browsing, downloads, passwords etc. Through the electronic surveillance we found all the evidence required to more than satisfy our client. From his E-mails we found that her husband had been in contact with this female for more than six (6) years and that he was responsible for her mortgage payments for the last four (4) years, it was also found that the female was the mother of a three (3) year old child and that the husband was paying for her nursery place. This software is also available for mobile phones for more info click electronic software...