Investigating Affairs

If you think your partner is having an affair you need to find the truth. By investigating affairs using our private detectives, researchers and surveillance equipment you can find out exactly what your partner doing, and you will know for certain if your partner is cheating.

Why use a private investigator when investigating affairs?

When people first suspect their partner is cheating they will often try to investigate themselves. On the face of it simple things like checking suspicious phone numbers, reading emails, looking at their partner’s Facebook messages, or even trying to follow them may help.  The chances are though that you will alert your partner to your suspicions and make it much harder to prove whats happening because they immediately become much more careful about what they do.

These basic investigations can go some way to providing the answers you need.   Appointing a professional to undertake this work will ensure a much more thorough approach without alerting your partner, with evidence and facts being obtained that you can rely on to be accurate.

If you do suspect that your partner is being unfaithful then a private investigator can find out the truth, quickly and discreetly and investigate an affair for you.

Our investigators can find the answers you need:

• We can find the name of the person they are having an affair with
• We can find an address of the person they are having an affair with
• We can record conversations
• We can carry out close surveillance

Investigating affairs is basic work for our staff and we can do all of this without being caught or without alerting the person that they are under investigation.  We can often even take photographs as evidence for you and then you have the proof you need.

Divorce

Discovering that your wife or husband has cheated is devastating news and can often lead to divorce. In such situations the evidence that we obtain is vital to proving adultery has taken place, and therefore proving that you have legitimate grounds for divorce.

The type of evidence that we can obtain includes when investigating affairs:

• Car tracking information – places, dates and time
• Copies of deleted texts – sometimes all the evidence you need
• Copies of deleted emails – all the things that were meant to be secret
• Audio surveillance  – listen live and make your plans
• Video surveillance footage – the camera doesn’t lie.

All of the photographic evidence, messages and recordings we obtain can be used to help prove where your partner was at any given time.  You can of course use this in evidence if you need to.

How can you tell if your partner is cheating?

You don’t always need concrete evidence to cause that first suspicion that something isn’t right in a relationship. Instinct has a clever way of alerting people to the fact that their partner is being unfaithful and you need to start investigating affairs.

Some common signs however are:

• Text messages being deleted – you only do this if you have something to hide
• Internet history being cleared regularly – they don’t want you to see the dating sites they go to
• More time being spent away from home – in the company of someone else
• More attention being paid to their appearance – new clothes, new hair, new car, weight loss
• An emotional distance between you – arguments, lack of interest
• Being secretive with their mobile phone – so you can’t see the incoming text messages

None of these signs are concrete evidence but when investigating affairs they can be enough to start you wondering if they’re seeing someone else, but in all honesty any of those signs are an indication something’s not right.

What should you do now?

If you do have that nagging doubt that something isn’t quite right, and feel that your partner isn’t being honest with you, it can put a real strain on a relationship, and carrying around that suspicion can make you feel terrible. From our experience it is usually much worse not knowing than learning to live with the truth.

We genuinely do understand how lies and suspicion can destroy trust in a relationship. That’s why we offer free, no obligation advice about our services for your situation.

Let us find the information you need so you can make an informed decision about your relationship. Please give us a call on 0800 107 3237 between 8am -6pm or simply click here to send us an email.

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