We provide a number of vital Divorce & Custody-related investigations & services involving:
- Unreported & under-reported income
- Hidden employment
- Child-custody & access
- Access Supervision *
- Child safety & protection
- Exit-strategy & lifestyle analysis
- Hidden or misrepresented assets
Every child has the right to develop positive and nurturing bonds with parents, (custodial and non-custodial).
Supervised access involves a concern for a child's safety and an Order stating that visitation between child(ren) and a parent must be supervised.
Supervised access may be ordered if:
- the parent & child haven't had contact for a long time - if ever - & may need help establishing a relationship.
- there is a concern, or history, of substance abuse
- the parent has questionable or limited parenting skills
- there is a concern regarding abduction
- there is concern, or a history, of an unfit or unsafe environment or third party
- there is a concern, or history, of non-adherence to Court Orders.
- there is a concern, or history, of neglect, physical, emotional, or sexual abuse
There are a number of ways by which a payer (the person ordered to pay support) may fraudulently hide or reduce earnings or assets in an attempt to avoid or reduce assessed support.
The Payer may: work under the table or off the books, work on a contract basis, reduce hours, report fraudulently reduced hours, fail to report bonuses or other taxable income, obtain the assistance of an unscrupulous employer, or even by getting paid under someone else's name. .
People may also attempt to misrepresent, hide, or transfer ownership of assets in an attempt to avoid a division of said assets in a divorce.