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Child Custody Surveillance

Private Investigating in the “domestic” realm is often thought of as “catching the cheater.” However, the more common aspect is after a divorce has happened and parents are battling for custody of their children. Unfortunately, with the high rate of divorce, many individuals find themselves in court negotiating time with their kids. We have seen an increase in these type of cases for Covert Results and we have the experience to investigate these cases so that evidence is legally obtained and can be introduced in court.

What does child custody look for?

A custody investigation’s primary goal is to document negative behaviors.

This could include:

  • Alcohol abuse

  • Drinking and driving

  • Drug or substance abuse

  • Criminal activity

Other negative behaviors to be concerned about:

  • Do they leave the child in the custody of other people such as family, friends, a babysitter, or a nanny?

  • If there’s an excessive amount of time that the child is being left without the parent, that should be watching them?

  • Is the child around somebody they shouldn’t be with?

  • Are there any safety concerns for the child?

  • Is there any verbal abuse, physical abuse, or anything negative that impacts the child?

Any overall bad decision making. The bottom-line is the parent making decisions that aren’t in the best interest or the well-being or safety of a child?