When you suspect your spouse or significant other is Committing Adultery, don’t ignore it. Statistics from the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy suggest that 15% of wives and 25% of husbands have had sex outside of their marriage.
Where there’s smoke, there may well be fire. Know the truth:
- When an extramarital affair leads to divorce, a Cheater’s actions can be a major factor in Family Court. But you must have strong documented evidence of infidelity in Divorce Cases—it is not enough to merely suspect it.
- Courts look more favorably on evidence obtained by a licensed, professional Private Investigator who can testify on your behalf.
- Cheaters are more likely to acquire sexually transmitted diseases.
- Research shows that 2 to 3 percent of all children are the product of infidelity.
Definition of infidelity
South Carolina law defines adultery as two people having sex or living together when at least one of them is married to someone else. You do not have to have direct evidence of a sexual act and you can use circumstantial evidence; you merely must show that the spouse had an inclination to commit Adultery and the opportunity to do so.
For unmarried couples, knowing whether your significant other is cheating can just be a matter of protecting one’s health or gaining peace of mind. But for married couples, it can have serious financial consequences. In South Carolina, when a marriage ends in divorce, Cheating Spouses can be barred from alimony.
Every case is different, and ultimately it will be up to an attorney to prove Adultery in court. But attorneys need strong documented evidence to make a case solid. That is where Tracker Investigations LLC comes in. Tracker Investigations uses the most up-to-date techniques, including GPS Tracking. We can get the evidence that will make your case solid.
We provide the information that attorneys can use to prove your case in court.
Signs of infidelity
- He/she seems bored.
- There is considerably less intimacy in your relationship.
- Unusual or secretive telephone conversations.
- Frequent text messages.
- Excessive time spent on the computer.
- Lack of interest in family activities.
- Your spouse is more negative.
- He/she won’t communicate with you or gets very defensive.
- They are suddenly more attentive than usual.
- Your mate is working longer hours at work.
- Unusual or unexplained absences/going out of town.
- Your spouse is dressing nicer, looking nicer, losing weight.
- You notice charges on credit card statement that don’t make sense.
- You find your partner has been lying to you about a variety of things.
- Money becomes more of an issue between the two of you.
- He/she doesn’t want to go anywhere or do anything with you anymore.
- You feel as if you are being avoided.
- Your spouse seems more secretive.
Don’t ignore red flags. Hire us when it’s time to know the truth.