“Just going to the gym…..” and when suspicion takes over
During the pandemic, life came to a halt. Families were stuck at home, with each other, and rarely went out of their circle. Now, as life is back to normal, husbands, wives, boyfriends, and girlfriends are out and about in the world. What this means is trust has also had to be back at pre-pandemic levels. So, at what point do you allow your suspicions to take over and what do you do about it?
First, we at Double G sincerely hope that every loving relationship out there would end with a fairy tale ending and live happily ever after. But unfortunately, that is not always the case. Sometimes lives just go different ways. Sometimes it’s a disagreement over money or raising kids. Whatever the case, we always recommend trying to work it out. But if you cannot, don’t be caught off guard. If you are married, being caught off guard by divorce papers (if that is the coming result) could put your behind in the separation. Any divorce attorney will tell you that to get the upper hand in the separation, you need to show that the fault was on your partner. This could mean they were cheating, or that they had a second life with illegal activities, and much more.
This is where Double G would come in. We would create a pattern-of-life investigation to determine the activities of your partner and, if they’re doing anything that would help in the separation, we would capture evidence of it. You would then deliver this to your attorney and let them work. We at Double G work very closely with family law attorneys that are assisting with divorces to determine what they feel would be the best evidence to help in your case. We then focus on getting that specific evidence.
In closing, if you feel a wall is coming up between you and your partner, allow us to either give you piece of mind that it may just be a bad week at work, or to give you the evidence you need to get what you deserve in the separation.