Matrimonial and Infidelity
Typical evidence discovered include:
- Housing situation: poor living conditions which are unsafe for your child
- Criminal record: is there anything in the parent’s history that can be used against them?
- Finances: do they have enough of a stable income to support your child long-term?
- Drug/alcohol use: will their consumption put your child at risk?
Sometimes you may need to prove co-habitation due to custody arrangements or maintenance agreements. If you have an agreement that states you will no longer have to pay child maintenance when your ex-spouse lives with a new partner, you will need to prove this in court.
Co-habitation can be very difficult to prove as you need to show that this person is there long-term and contributing financially. National Private Investigators has experience gaining this evidence, saving you thousands of pounds for years.