Children are a very important part of every parent’s life. No one wants to be separated from them, but sometimes a situation comes that the parents are divorced. This situation is very critical for both the children and the parents. Both parents want child custody, but it’s not always possible that one person gets full child custody. Both parents are fighting for it. Your divorce lawyer should be able to provide you with all the right legal assistance and support, but sometimes that is not enough if you cannot prove that your former spouse is unfit to keep the kids. Many divorce lawyers take the help of private investigators, because the private investigator is only one that will provide you some evidence against your spouse. Now learn how they can track your spouse.
There are many way to track your former spouse, but these are top 3 ways that private investigators use.
GPS Tracking System
You know that you’re ex spouse is not a right person for children, because your ex spouse life style is not good for the children. You cannot just mention this to the court without some proof. A private investigator should be able to use GPS tracking to find out how your ex spouse spends his or her time.
You may find out that he or she buys drugs, spends the day at the bar, or is a compulsive gambler. Of course, you might also find out that none of your suspicions are true; in which case you can be reassured that your children are safe when they are with your ex.
Many private investigators offer secret surveillance of your ex spouse. This way, you can find out more about what goes on when he or she is at home or work. If you are only interested in what your ex does around the children, you can request that a nanny cam be used, which is a small camera hidden instead a stuffed animal. If you suspect that you’re ex abuses or neglect the children, you can get proof of it so that he or she won’t be around the kids. All this footage provided by your private investigator is very useful in a child custody case.
Not every major event in your former spouse's life is public record, which means no amount of searching can tell you what your ex has been up to recently. If you are convinced that a recent event in his or her life would prevent him or her from gaining child custody, you will need proof of it. Luckily, a private investigator can search for records that you did not even know existed. In addition, you will not have to waste your time looking through records that yield no new information for your case.
The more evidence you have against your ex spouse, the better your case is. If you want to get child custody, and are worried about your kids' well being in your former spouse's care, you should obtain the services of a private investigator. If you are not sure where to begin, talk to your divorce lawyer to find out if he or she believes that a private investigator could help you.