Cheating Spouse Investigations
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You will never know when your partner will cheat, the New Jersey private investigators at Cowan Investigations are the most reliable and can jump on a case right away!
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If your gut is telling you that something in your marriage or relationship is just not right, and you suspect your partner may be cheating, then, unfortunately, our experience shows that your instincts are probably correct.
The New Jersey Infidelity Investigators at Cowan Investigations will uncover the evidence you need to confirm whether your partner is cheating or not. To schedule a free 30-minute, confidential consultation, call Cowan Investigations today.
Our team has 35 years of experience dealing with domestic issues and knows that an unfaithful spouse is not only emotionally traumatic but also one of the most prevalent causes of divorce. When Cowan Investigations undertakes an infidelity investigation, our team understands the importance of establishing trust and honesty with clients in the midst of such a stressful period.
Our infidelity investigators will provide you with concrete evidence, such as reports, videos, and still photographs, concerning the spouse or partner you suspect of cheating. Owner and primary private investigator Bob Cowan personally participates in and oversees all Infidelity Investigations, and obtains proof through surveillance and other investigatory methods.
Frequently, many cheating spouses pursue their adulterous relationships in the workplace. In recent years, however, the rise of social media and online dating apps has played a tremendous role in modern infidelity. Unlike in the past, when cheating spouses had to coordinate their activities in real space, previous love interests are now only a mouse-click away.
Studies have demonstrated that one in seven couples have considered divorce due to their spouse’s questionable activities on social media platforms such as Facebook, Snapchat, Skype, Twitter, and WhatsApp. Nearly one-quarter of these couples claimed to have at least one social media-related argument per week, with 17% claiming they fought about it every day.
Per a survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 81% of divorce attorneys claimed they had seen an uptick in cases using social networking evidence, with Facebook as the leading source for online evidence.
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