gain custody of your child
Gain custody or Nullify/Amend an active custody order
We perform background checks, surveillance and collect witness statements to determine if a child’s custodial parent is putting that child in a harmful living environment. We also perform comprehensive background checks to see if they have a history of misconduct. We keep a record of the facts to establish a pattern of misconduct toward the child; evidence that is admissible in court.
Misconduct and criminal Documentation Includes:
Association with known criminals
All violations of custody agreement
Failure to pay child support
Prove cohabitation to change custody order
If a custodial parent is cohabiting with another person it can have a negative effect on a child, especially if this person has a criminal history, or has a drug/ alcohol addiction. This can be a violation of a custody agreement and change a judge's decision in a custody case.