Infidelity Investigators: Discreet And Legal Surveillance Services
If you suspect your partner is not being faithful to you, you may need to seek confirmation for a host of reasons: divorce, peace of mind, safety, etc.
Hiring a private infidelity investigator can not only help you catch a cheating spouse, but also provide you with legal and discreet evidence of their actions.
Keeping it Legal
If you hire a private investigator to conduct an infidelity investigation, and they commit a violation of privacy, trespassing, or some other legal misdeed, you can be held accountable in criminal and/or civil court.
State Laws: when it comes to privacy, some state laws can drastically change what types of surveillance are legal and illegal. For instance, in California, recording a conversation is illegal unless all parties participating in the conversation consent to being recorded. This includes face-to-face, phone, text, email, and just about any other type of conversation you might have with someone. Thus, if your private infidelity investigator in California uses a sophisticated sound capturing system to record a conversation between your spouse and their lover, it would be illegal for them to share the recording with you. In other states, however, these privacy laws are quite different. Hiring a private infidelity investigator can help you stay on the right side of the law.
Public Spaces: when your spouse is in a public place, your private infidelity investigator is free to photograph them and track their whereabouts. The best infidelity investigation firms might not catch your cheating spouse redhanded, but they will document where they go, when they go there, and who they might be in public with. This concrete evidence can help you quickly fact check your partner's alibis. When posed properly, you might not even need to disclose that you even hired a private investigator in the first place.
Keeping it Discreet
Trusting a private investigator to guard your privacy and secrets should never be in question.
Confidentiality Agreement: some private infidelity investigators are subcontracted by legal firms to gain client confidentiality that comes with legal services. This is particularly important if you find yourself in a legal battle down the road. A private investigator who works with an attorney is legally bound to keep your secrets even if you're sued.
Discreet Payments: most private infidelity investigators will use a shell LLC to ensure that any payments you make them can not be traced back to the source by anyone who might also share a bank account with you.