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Does proof of infidelity really matter in a divorce?

Does proof of infidelity really matter in a divorce?

If you have consulted with an attorney and they have told you that conduct does not matter, you should seriously consider continuing to interview attorneys.

It is true that proof of adultery is not the “win all” that some people may think, however, the answers obtained by a professional investigation, can not only be helpful emotionally, it can also provide very valuable leverage that can facilitate a quicker settlement.

Adultery, spending marital assets on the paramour, unsavory behavior such as drinking or drug use, child endangerment such as drinking and driving with the children or neglect of the children as well as introducing the children to a third party (paramour), during a divorce, are all situations that will prove very helpful to your case.

In divorces cases involving high assets and/or child custody issues, a professional investigation may very well be an upfront investment that can ultimately help end a long, drawn out legal battle and save thousands of dollars.

Hawk Private Investigations is a recognized expert in the area of divorce and child custody cases.

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