Do you Suspect Infidelity in Your Relationship?
If you suspect infidelity in your relationship, you have the right to know the truth. Our private investigators at Legal Eye Investigations understand the difficulty and emotional toll of suspecting your loved one may be cheating on you, and our agency will be there with you every step of the way, providing you with the answers you need.
When dealing with a cheating spouse or an infidelity situation, it's entirely reasonable to ask questions like how or why is this happening to me? Was it something that I did to cause him/her to cheat?
Our professionally trained private investigators will discreetly and proficiently investigate your case with respect and integrity while providing you with the evidence you desperately need, allowing you to put your mind at ease and assist you in dealing with the situation efficiently. Don’t let an undiscovered lie become the truth, know the facts.
Legal Eye Investigations offers a free and completely confidential consultation. To learn more, call one of our Maryland licensed private investigators at 410-921-5804 or fill out our infidelity form at: https://form.jotform.com/Legal_Eye/Infidelity_Investigations-form and an investigator will reach out to you.
Do you need an Infidelity Investigator?
There are a number of tell-tale signs that your significant other may be cheating. Always trust your gut, only you know what is normal for you and your partner. If things start feeling unusual or off, it may be a cause for concern. A Maryland licensed private investigator can help you put your mind at ease. If you can answer YES to any of the signs below, reach out to one of our private investigators to discuss your potential case:
A sudden increase in unfamiliar phone calls.
Your spouse leaves the room to answer his phone.
Guarding or hiding their phone, computers, etc.
Deleting emails, text messages, or ignoring incoming calls from the same number.
Frequent business trips out of nowhere.
Coming home late or leaving work earlier.
A sudden improvement in their grooming habits or appearance.
Going to work functions alone.
Locking their computers or phones.
Surfing the website on dating sites and/or porn.
Less affectionate towards you, becoming emotionally distant.
Coming home from work freshly showered or going straight to the bathroom when arriving home.
If your spouse becomes angry or critical.
Becoming defensive when asking questions.
Most individuals that call a private detective have concluded that their spouse is likely cheating and want proof of the affair. So, if you have good reason to believe that your spouse is cheating, now is the time to get the proof you need. Most attorneys suggest that their client should hire a licensed private investigator and obtain several days of investigation. Below are the components necessary to prove adultery:
Public Display of Affection (PDA) - Physical affection has been defined as, “any touch intended to arouse feelings of love in the giver and the recipient.” Various studies have found physical affection to be associated with positive outcomes in romantic relationships. This behavior is to be documented by a third-party witness (a licensed private investigator).
Time and Opportunity (T & O) - the measurable period during which an action, process, or condition exists or continues. The duration is the time to have the opportunity to be with the other person (paramour) and documented by a third-party witness (a licensed private investigator). A set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something. The opportunity to make time to be with the other person, the paramour, such as entering a residence, documented by a third-party witness (a licensed private investigator). Documented time of entry and departure can be associated with an adulterous affair.
Reasonable Expectation of Privacy (REP) - The expectation of privacy is a legal test which is crucial in defining the scope of the applicability of the privacy protections of the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution. It is related to but is not the same as, a right to privacy, a much broader concept which is found in many legal systems.
A person might have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the following places:
Their places of residence
Their hotel and motel rooms
Certain public places such as restrooms
Put an end to your suspicions. Call Legal Eye Investigations today (410)921-5804