As a loving parent, you want to know that your child is safe, healthy and happy at all times. Unfortunately, when it comes to child custody disputes in Florida, people don't always put the child's best interests first. For example, your child's other parent may be using custody of the child as leverage or as a way to cause you emotional pain. In many cases, these situations put the child's welfare at serious risk. If you suspect that your child may be in harm's way because of a current or prospective custody arrangement, a private investigator may be able to help.
How Can a Private Investigator Help?
When custody arrangements are in dispute, the mediator or judge relies on the evidence you and your child's other parent provide in order to make the best decision. A private investigator can provide you with evidence that may change your feelings about custody or support your request to the court. Depending on the situation, a private investigator may be able to: • Uncover dishonesty of the part of your child's other parent. - If you know that your child's other parent is lying about his or her living situation, lifestyle or relationship with your child, a private investigator may be able to give you the evidence you need to confirm the lie in court. • Confirm or alleviate your suspicions. - Perhaps you are suspicious of your child's other parent, but you aren't sure whether he or she is engaging in any dangerous behavior. A private investigator can collect evidence that will either confirm your worst fears or put your mind at ease. In either case, you will be able to use this information to make the right decisions for your child as you move forward. • Provide evidence that your child is in danger. - If you believe that your child is in immediate danger, a private investigator can help you get the evidence you need to protect him or her from harm.
How Does it Work?
If you choose to hire a private investigator to assist in your child custody case, he or she can evaluate: • Questions of abuse or neglect. • Questions of drug or alcohol abuse. • The physical and emotional safety of the child's living environment. • The child's relationship with his or her other parent. • The child's relationship with the other parent's friends or relatives. • The other parent's background. • Any other issue that concerns you.
Hiring a Private Investigator
If you are involved in an active child custody case, or if you are considering a modification of your current child custody arrangement, you may benefit from working with a private investigator. If you have any suspicions of your child's other parent or if you need additional proof of a known problem with the individual's ability to care for your child, a Florida private investigator can help you get the evidence you need to protect your child's welfare.