Is proof of child endangerment helpful when trying to get custody of a child?
Courts often take into account documented evidence of child endangerment and inappropriate behavior when ruling on child custody cases. Listed below are some examples of the types of evidence that may be helpful if you are concerned that one of the child’s potential guardians is not appropriate or may harm the child.
A background investigation, professionally conducted, can reveal evidence of unsavory social behavior, prior allegations of child endangerment, criminal past and outcomes from prior marriages where child custody was lost.
During a divorce case where custody of children are in dispute and adultery was committed, it is important to have court-admissible, documented proof of the affair, and to know as much about the paramour as possible. It is also important to deal with facts and not let your emotions cause you to chase after something that is not there.
Your Child Custody Case
All negative evidence of child endangerment obtained by a licensed, professional investigative firm is admissible in court and can provide the leverage necessary to help you get custody of your child.