Infidelity, or (cheating spouse or partner), investigations are performed to determine if a person’s spouse, partner, or significant other is unfaithful or committing adultery.
There are numerous methods to establish, verify, and prove infidelity in a relationship. The methods used for each particular case are as individual as the specifics of each client’s circumstances. Our private investigators aim to provide the necessary evidence to eliminate any uncertainty or doubt. Identifying any possible subjects in these cases is vital; we provide accurate details such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and place of employment. There are several main reasons clients typically consult Radius Investigations for this type of investigation:
1. Peace of Mind – proving (or allaying) your suspicions through indisputable evidence. Find out what your significant other is or has been doing, where he/she has been going, and with whom he/she is spending time.
2. Child Custody – protection of your children and establishing a basis for any future child custody arrangement.
3. Asset Protection – protect all joint assets which you may be entitled to collect in the event of a divorce.
Signs that your significant other may be unfaithful:
If you suspect your spouse or partner is being unfaithful, you should find a way to dispel your concerns. In addition to gut feelings, other signs of infidelity could include the following:
- Sudden increase in time away from home, or frequent unaccounted for time/li>
- Sudden changes in work schedule, last minute meetings or overtime
- Change in sexual habits (frequency, interest, etc.)
- Wanting to try new things sexually or increase in sex
- Acting distracted or disinterested, as if you have become irrelevant
- May be “unavailable” while at work; secretive about his/her schedule
- Attends new functions outside of work-hours; or attend work functions alone instead of with you
- Phone calls, texts or emails are not returned in a timely fashion; phone is often turned off
- Leaves house or goes to another rooms to talk on the telephone, respond to texts or read emails
- Uses computer/tablet alone and secretly, or sets up a secret email account
- Asks about your schedule more often than usual
- Mileage on car is high without reason
- Unexplained behavioral changes, especially habits, routines, and attitude
- Increased interest in appearance, dieting, working out, new clothes
- Unexplained charges on credit card or withdrawals from bank accounts
- Unusual phone bills (e.g., many texts, calls of long duration, etc.)
- Using a phone card or secret cell phone
- Unexplained receipts in wallet or purse
- Suspicious voice-mails, emails or text messages
- Suspicious cell phone numbers stored or dialed, or data being erased
- Caught in lies or inconsistencies; explanations that don’t add up