http://cmpgroup Private Investigation for Child Custody and/orChild Support Divorce is hard for adults, even moreso forthe kids. Especially in cases where there is a dispute over child custody and/or childsupport. Private investigation can help with thesematters. Wouldn’t you want to know if your child’sfuture stepparent has a history of substance abuse, violence, driving violations or a criminalrecord? These things can be discovered by runninga covert background check.
Surveillance is another possible tool. Surveillance can provide you with informationto make informed decisions. It may even ease your mind. Perhaps it could provide a voiceto children who are too young to communicate a dangerous situation. Surveillance answers questions. Do you wonderif, during visitation with the other parent, if your child is being left with a baby sitteror unauthorized relative while your ex attends social events? Are there certain people yourchild shouldn’t be around because of your concerns, or a court order? Is your childbeing properly supervised? Is your child being
exposed to inappropriate behavior, perhapssubstance abuse? Is your child being abused? Wouldn’t you like to know the answers to thesequestions? Are you concerned that your ex is planningto take your child out of state, or worse, out of the country? Surveillance can be set up to monitor a parentduring those visitation to report if they seem to leaving the state or heading to anairport without informing the other parent. Does your ex have a history of reckless drivingor driving under the influence? What about their significant other or relatives? Surveillancecan ensure your child is being transported
safely. Does your ex claim that they are not working?Surveillance can show that your ex has a job, allowing your lawyer to subpoena employmentrecords and get the support your child deserves. Bring the surveillance findings to court.A Private Investigator will prepare a surveillance report as well as any photographic proof,they will also be willing to testify on what they witnessed. Does your ex quot;pick fightsquot; with you duringchild visitation exchanges? Document the exchanges by performing covert surveillance.