When a child support case involves complex issues, it may be wise for the involved parties to hire a private investigator. Private investigators can help those involved in a child support case by gathering evidence, conducting surveillance, and other services that are essential to the outcome of a case.
Private investigators can assist in a variety of ways, such as tracking down the non-custodial parent, verifying income, establishing a parent-child relationship, and more. Here are several benefits of hiring a private investigator for child support cases.
1) Asset Search
An asset search is a tool used by private investigators to identify and locate assets owned by a child support payer. It is used to determine the financial resources of the payer so that the court can determine an appropriate child support amount. Asset searches can identify bank accounts, property and investments, as well as any other assets that the payer may have.
They can also provide information about a payer’s current or past employers, income sources and business ownership. Armed with this information, private investigators can then help parents pursue their child support cases more efficiently.
Surveillance is an important tool utilized by private investigators in child support cases. It can be used to locate the non-custodial parent, track their whereabouts, and document activities that may be relevant to the case.
Surveillance can also be used to identify and document any sources of income the parent may have, which is important when determining the amount of support to be paid.
By using surveillance, private investigators can provide evidence to the court that can be used to make an informed decision regarding the child support case.
3) Information on Other Parent’s Work
When it comes to child support cases, private investigators can be invaluable in gathering information on the other parent’s work. Private investigators can conduct surveillance and run background checks and asset searches to uncover information such as employer details, job history, income and other financial assets.
They can also use legal resources to obtain documents related to the other parent’s work, such as bank statements, tax returns, payroll records and other employment verification documents.
With this information, private investigators can help establish a clear financial picture of the other parent’s income and expenses, which can be used to determine a fair and equitable child support agreement.
4) Confirmation of Other Parent’s Claims
Confirmation of Other Parent’s Claims is an important part of child support cases. Private investigators can be employed to investigate the claims of the other parent and gather evidence that may prove or disprove those claims.
This can include tracking down witnesses, interviewing those witnesses, conducting surveillance, and verifying the other parent’s financial information.
Private investigators can also help to ensure that the other parent is complying with the terms of the child support agreement. This can help to ensure that the child is receiving the appropriate support and that the parent is being held accountable for their financial obligations.
5) Assessment of Other Parent’s Living Situation
Assessment of other parents’ living situations is an important part of a child support case. Private investigators can play a key role in helping to accurately assess the other parent’s living situation. They can conduct surveillance to observe the living conditions and also investigate the other parent’s income and financial assets.
Private investigators can also provide detailed reports on their findings which can help the court to determine the appropriate amount of child support.
Private investigators can play a key role in helping to accurately assess the other parent’s living situation. They can conduct surveillance to observe the living conditions and also investigate the other parent’s income and financial assets.
Quinn & Associates can help you get the full picture of your child custody case. We are a child custody investigator that will help you out with your case. Get in touch with us today to learn how.