Your wedding is an important part of your life. It is a source of happiness, giving you the emotional support you need to develop the other aspects of your life. But what happens when there are suspicions of marital infidelity? And when should you decide to contact a detective?

In most cases it is subtle or at times, major changes in behaviour that causes suspicion. You need to be sure if these changes are innocent or not. In some cases you will be sure your partner is being unfaithful or at best lying to you and you just need proof before you can confront them.

Obviously, if your partner is being unfaithful, you definitely have the right to know. Watch for some of the following potential infidelity signs:

  • Spending more time away from home.
  • He/ she seems to be working late more often.
  • Noticeable mobile phone habit changes, e.g. not answering the phone around you, turning the ringer off or taking longer than usual to call you back.
  • Clearing the computer history, creating secret e-mail accounts on free platforms such as gmail, yahoo, hotmail, etc, spending odd hours on the computer, changing screen display when you enter the room.
  • Losing interest in sex or starting ignoring you.
  • Being unusually defensive.
  • He/ she smells perfume or aftershave that is not his/ hers.

If you experience any of the above, we advise you to contact a detective, who after a thorough investigation will either reject or confirm your suspicions, providing you with the necessary evidence to support your case.

We understand that employing the services of a detective cannot be an easy decision to make. If you suspect your partner or spouse is cheating on you, call us today for a strictly confidential discussion. We can give you the answers you strive for so you can carry on with your life. It is only by having the facts that you can confront your partner or get on with your life.

Our agency has the experience, expertise, methods and techniques to carry out discreet investigations and collect all necessary data that will reveal the truth and may be evidence of a legal dispute.