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Divorce Cases and the Private Investigator

At AssetSearchPro.com, we know from experience that the best way to get the advantage in a divorce case is to show the other side is lying. The single best way to prove the other side has not been truthful is your private investigator.

You thought you only had to hire a lawyer to get a divorce, right? No — unless you are prepared to take your divorcing husband or wife as 100% truthful. You may have heard from friends and/or family that there is very little reason to assume your spouse will be truthful?

The Court will require both of you to fill out forms disclosing your assets. In California, these forms are the Schedule of Asset and Debts and the Income and Expense Declaration. The forms are invasive, difficult and confusing to fill out. But since everybody has to do them to get a divorce, let’s say you go ahead and do the forms. Maybe you even get your lawyer to help you.

But what happens when you receive your spouse’s forms?

The only way to find out if any of the statements made by your spouse are true is to hire a private investigator. Lawyers call this “corroboration.” You can call it catching your spouse in a lie, or a series of lies.

To help in your efforts to confirm your spouse is truthful with you, a private investigator at AssetSearchPro.com can do all of the following, and more:

These investigative tools are called asset searches and surveillance. They are the nuts and bolts of your divorce case.

Unless you are prepared to take your soon-to-be-ex-spouse as 100% truthful.

   

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