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Child custody investigations are often conducted when parents are fighting for custody of their children. In these cases, the court may order an investigation to determine whether or not the parent(s) involved in the dispute have committed any form of abuse towards the children. The purpose of these investigations is to determine whether or not the parent(s) involved in the case are fit to care for the children.
In order to conduct an effective investigation, the investigator must gather evidence and interview witnesses. These interviews may include both parties and third-party witnesses.
During the course of the investigation, the investigator may also collect documents such as medical records, police reports, school records, and court records.
Once the investigation is complete, the results are presented to the judge presiding over the case. If the judge determines that the parent(s) are unfit to care for the children, he/she may award temporary custody to another family member or place the children in foster care.
In addition, the court may also order a psychological evaluation of both parties to help them better understand each other and to assist the judge in determining which party would be more suitable to care for the children.
Quinn & Associates has successfully investigated hundreds of child custody cases, and our success rate and investigative methods just keep getting better.
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