Child Custody Investigations
How private investigators can help with child custody investigations.
When couples separate it can be one of the toughest experiences someone can go through, especially when children are involved and the parents cannot agree on custody or visitation arrangements. The emotional impact parents often endure worrying about their child’s safety and welfare when separated from them can be extremely difficult. Children should be in the care and custody of a qualified parent or guardian.
While there are many reasons why a private investigator is hired for child custody investigations or child support investigations they often revolve around helping to obtain evidence of the client’s suspicions or put their mind at ease. If you suspect your child is at risk of being neglected or abused you should not wait. Evidence obtained can be presented to the appropriate authorities and for court proceedings. Often times the court will decide what is in the “best interest” of the child based on a variety of factors, such as whether or not the child’s safety and emotional well-being will be in danger when the child spends time with the father or mother. Some cases are based on financial factors relating to the parties which may change over time if a parent’s employment status or living arrangement changes.
How private investigators can help with child custody investigations
Child custody investigators can help determine, for example, if:
- Supervised visitation requirements are being met during visitation periods
- Children are being neglected, verbally or physically abused
- Activities or unsafe environments occurring during child visitation periods are exposing children to risk
- A child’s safety is potentially at risk being exposed to someone a parent is associating with, such as a sex offender
- Other child custody information / evidence of value
When you call you can speak to a investigator who will take your case seriously. Connecticut investigative Solutions conducts investigations for concerned parents or the attorneys that represent them.