Though in many instances the results of the private investigation simply provides the client with information for peace of mind, the evidence collected can still be used in a court of law. The evidence collected can be used to support other issues such as child custody, and division of assets. Many investigation companies look upon divorce investigation as just another form of physical surveillance. We at DCS understand that there is often other criteria that must be addressed including: Spouse abuse, Adultery, Child Negligence, Abandonment, Bigamy, Alcohol Abuse, Drug Abuse, Hidden assets
Domestic Surveillance at DCS
We at DCS offer cutting-edge domestic surveillance to many clients in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The end result of our investigations are outstanding, utilizing our staggering mix of street smarts, technological skills, and accurate, high-tech surveillance systems. Our dedication to justice, more so than the technological tools themselves, makes our domestic surveillance procedures impressively effective. Technology is the incredible tool, but a philosophy of justice, and understanding of the rule of the law really makes our services shine.
Understanding the Demand for Divorce Investigations
It has been estimated that in today’s society, four out of every five marriages in the United States end in divorce. Although the percentage of divorce investigations conducted for each divorce filed in the United States has decreased as a result of the newer no-fault divorce laws, the number of divorces has increased for the same reason. No-fault divorce laws, now in the books in almost every state in the country, simply mean that the grounds for a divorce are no longer needed. Before no-fault divorce laws, private investigators were used to develop evidence for grounds for a divorce. The actual focus of the investigation has changed because of this. Although the same type of evidence is often collected, the way in which the evidence is used in a court of law has voided the need for “grounds evidence.” But, this type of evidence is often still in demand because it is used in a different manner.