Gotcha Investigative Service understands how important your children are to you. If you are going through a child custody battle, there is nothing more important than making sure our children are safe and receiving the financial support, proper care and loving attention they deserve.
Much of the time in child custody and divorce matters, the spouse who hires a private investigator is the spouse who wins in court. The information our detectives will compile today could be the deciding factor in your case tomorrow. Unfortunately, once the court makes a decision, the opportunity to gain custody of your child or children could be gone forever.
If you suspect your child is a victim of abuse or neglect, there is no time to waste. You need convincing evidence to provide law enforcement so they can intervene quickly. Every moment of abuse can feel like a lifetime and a lifetime is how long it can take to heal if it continues.
Nothing could be more overwhelming than the thought of losing your child in a custody case. Obviously, children would be much better off with two loving parents who provide a loving and stable home, but this is not always the case. The child or children should remain in the custody of the more qualified parent.
Often, an unfit parent will pretend they are competent when appearing in court, concealing their inappropriate lifestyle. Under these circumstances, your testimony is not enough to ensure you will be awarded custody.
In a custody battle, it is your obligation to provide proof of your accusations. This is why a qualified private investigator can be essential. A licensed private investigator’s results, objective testimony and video documentation will always have more credibility in court than a parent’s accusations.
Parents may fight for the custody of their child simply to hurt the other parent. The parent pursuing full custody doesn’t have the time or the desire to take care of your child full time. A Child Custody Investigation can show the lack of time being spent with your child and that evidence can be presented in court to prove your case.
If you are going through a situation like this, contact Gotcha! Investigative Service today, there is no time to waste.