Matrimonial Investigations

Unfaithful behaviour, Pre-Divorce, Post-Divorce, Cheating Partner

 

 

Confronting personal issues of this nature can be a daunting task let alone discussing them with a stranger and contemplating the possibility that your suspicions are correct. The most difficult step is often admitting that there is a problem and acknowledging the fact it needs to be dealt with.
 
Most relationship experts agree that if a partner is being unfaithful there are likely to be changes in the individual’s behaviour, changes in behaviour are not always a sign that a partner is being unfaithful but through a combination of experience and expertise our agents are excellent at spotting these indicators.
 
Many of our investigations main objective is to provide enough evidence to confirm or deny our clients suspicions, some investigations aim to provide evidence that they can use to confront the partner and or families with concrete evidence and others are obtaining evidence that will be used in court room.
 
Before beginning any investigation we will ensure that you feel comfortable discussing the situation with us so we can get a good understanding of your exact needs, this allows us to work together and ultimately to achieve the best possible result. By understanding the purpose of the investigation we can use our experience to advise you on exactly what will be required to achieve the desired results.
 

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Matrimonial Investigations

Have you noticed any of the following changes in behaviour?

– Decrease in sexual interest or change of habits
– Not answering phone calls around you
– Sudden increase in time away from home
– Often unavailable when they’re at work
– Suggesting that your lack of trust the issue
– Overly secretive about computer or device usage
– Paying much more attention to your schedule
– Clothes smell of a different perfume or aftershave
– Unexplained receipts or personal effects in wallet

 

FAQ's

How can I tell if my partners cheating?

Not all cheaters follow the same behavioural patterns, for some individuals the mistake of cheating once will be enough to make them realise how much they value the relationship and stop them from doing it again.

Then you have the individuals who will cheat until they get caught one way or another and the cheaters who make a lifestyle out of being unfaithful, unfortunately these individuals are more common than most people would like to think.

What’s the first step?

Initially we need to talk with any potential clients either by phone or face to face. This is to get an understanding of your needs and expectations and to see whether Reveal Private Investigations can achieve these. There are no fee’s or costs involved for these meetings.

What happens if I get caught?

We are experts at what we do, if you hired a plumber you wouldn’t worry that he couldn’t fix a leak. Rest assured our agents are highly skilled and provide a very discrete service.

We will never carry out a job that risks jeopardising the investigation, all of our agents comply fully with the data protection act and would never disclose any information regarding the investigation or the client we are working for.

How does surveillance work?

Surveillance can deployed in a number of ways on a whole number of targets, it really depends on what you the customer is hoping to achieve. Wether you need an object, a person or a place to be watched we can help. We can supply overt, covert, anti and counter surveillance solutions.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAID

  • Incredibly discrete, still can't work out how they managed to get the results without being spotted. Very impressed.

    VS, West Dulwich

  • I work 6 days a week so it was very handy that the investigators were willing to carry out the bug sweep on a Sunday

    CC, Clapham

  • When one of our staff members suffered a simple injury at work we did not think much of it, a month or so later the employee's symptoms seemed to take a turn for the worse and she claimed that the company was at fault for not not conducting thorough enough safety tests. There was no CCTV at the scene of the accident so it was going to be a difficult case to prove but we received a tip from another employee that she had been seen out of work showing no signs of injury. We spoke to an investigator to ask for some advice initially, they explained what they felt would be necessary based on previous similar cases and we decided to go ahead. The job was completed very quickly and ultimately the reports were used to resolve the injury claim, we were particularly impressed with the discrete invoicing as we did not want to discuss the issue with the accounts department until it had been resolved.

    LK, Croydon