There are many aspects to running a business. One of them is to prevent employee fraud. Theft has been around since the beginning of time, and it is not going away any time soon. In fact, in the digital age, criminals are more sophisticated than ever before. However, by hiring private investigators, you can mitigate the risk of crime to your business, helping to protect your assets and profits. Here are some examples of how private investigators can protect your business.
A divorce is never easy, and the process can take its toll on everyone involved. However, no matter how high the stress levels get, it’s important that you take the steps needed to ensure that you get the best possible outcome from the divorce itself.
That’s not always simple, and in many instances you might need some help. A good private investigator may be just what you need to help ensure that your rights and interests are protected during the divorce proceedings. Here are some of the services that Radius Investigations can provide you with.
- Child Related Investigations – Looking into financial and employment information to determine whether or not funds are being hidden in order to avoid child support payments is a common issue many divorcees need assistance with. So are investigations into the suitability of a spouse’s living arrangements as it relates to their children – if you need proof that the other party doesn’t have a suitable home for a child, for example, our team of investigators can help.
- Infidelity Investigations – Sometimes, a spouse’s infidelity will have a major influence on the way a divorce moves forward, or even if someone decides to get divorced at all. As such, acquiring evidence of the infidelity is needed and is usually best left to the professionals.
- Asset Searches – Divorce proceedings involve a lot of different things, but finances are often the most heavily disputed aspect. Asset searches allow the courts to see a clear, accurate breakdown of finances and are especially important when one party is hiding funds, income, or other assets.
Each of these steps could be used to help improve the outcome of your divorce, and as such it’s worth considering hiring a private investigator if your divorce proceedings aren’t moving forward as amicably as you would like. It’s a difficult, stressful process and getting help is sometimes a necessity you can’t ignore.
Divorce proceedings where young children are involved are especially sensitive, given the high priority on preserving the children’s well-being. Far too frequently, however, the non-custodial parent may fall behind or entirely discontinue with support payments. For the custodial parent who needs the financial support to maintain a household and properly raise the children, this can feel like an overwhelming challenge.
How Can a Private Investigator Help My Child Support Payments Case?
When non-custodial child support has lapsed, many custodial parents will turn to a licensed Private Investigator in order to help remedy the situation. This can often follow one of these 3 courses of action:
Location of absent parent
Lack of support payments can mean that the non-custodial parent is in hiding in order to avoid his/her financial responsibility. If you cannot locate the person, a Private Investigator can be hired to verify their location, and once located, you can move forward with process of service to compel the continuation of child support.
Verification of employment or income
There are other situations where the non-custodial parent is accessible, but may claim that they have insufficient funds to meet their responsibilities. A private investigator can help verify the non-custodial parent’s employment, and provide circumstantial evidence of his/her income by collecting evidence and analyzing the non-custodial parent’s lifestyle through surveillance. These details can then be used to assess whether the non-custodial parent is being truthful regarding his/her financial situation.
Location of Assets
In addition, where the non-custodial parent claims that he/she has insufficient income to provide additional child support, a Private Investigator can be retained to uncover hidden assets and provide evidence to their ability to provide support. An asset search can also be performed to reveal undisclosed assets for divorce proceedings.
Regardless of the cause of non-payment, custodial parents should take action to protect their rights and most importantly, the rights and welfare of the children. The resources and skills of a Private Investigator can be of great assistance in obtaining the evidence and/or information crucial to the case.
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