We know that no one ever wants to believe that their significant other is having an affair. Unfortunately, sometimes sudden changes in behavior or other red flags could suggest that infidelity is occurring. This type of indiscretion can not only be humiliating for you, but the feeling of betrayal can be devastating for the entire family.
This is why our clients can expect to be treated with the utmost degree of respect, confidence, and candor. Our investigators are specially trained to handle even the most complex of situations and have handled numerous high-profile matters that were highly confidential in nature. Your case is no different and we handle your case with the same level of sensitivity.
Adultery is considered to be a sexual act committed outside of marriage. Even one occurrence is enough to warrant an adultery case. A long-term relationship, on the other hand, is typically referred to as an affair. Often times, if substantial proof can be provided that the partner could have cheated, that is enough to open an adultery case. Things such as being alone with the other person, risky text messages or phone calls, or your partner being inclined to be unfaithful could all be used as evidence for adultery and divorce.
The simple answer is no. Cell phone data, when not voluntarily offered, is only available in extremely limited cases. A court would first have to issue a subpoena for the phone records directly with the provider of the cell phone plane. There are some cases, though, where it may be necessary in criminal situations. Consult an expert infidelity investigator from Mississippi to find out what your options are.
We make the investigative process as easy and stress-free as possible. Tell us more about your case by calling 601.385.4200 and requesting a confidential consultation. We can help determine the best course of action to help you get the answers you need.