WHO TO TURN TO AND THE PURPOSE OF THE INVESTIGATION
The investigation permits requesting a review of alimony, in relation to a change in economic situation and/or the needs of children.
If your ex-spouse receives an income other than that stated, even off the books you can rely on professionals to request a review of the alimony. We will provide you with the necessary evidence to assert your rights in court.
This investigative activity is useful for those who want their alimony reviewed following a change in the economic situation of their former partner (who has found work, even off the books) or due to the changed needs of the children concerned.
CONDUCTING THE INVESTIGATION
During the initial meeting, the case is analysed, the final objective is determined and the necessary elements are defined in order to obtain the best result in the shortest possible time. In this way, it will be possible to obtain a detailed quote with costs and duration of the investigation.
Once the assignment is confirmed, the client will be constantly updated on the progress of the investigation and, at the end of the mandate, a detailed dossier that is valid in court will be drawn up, including overwhelming photographic and video evidence.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Observe with lucidity any changes in behaviour and revealing details that could be fundamental for investigative purposes
Request a free personalised consultation. If you are concerned that your spouse is receiving an income different to that stated, even off the books, you can submit a request to the court for an increase, decrease or cancellation of the amount of the alimony thanks to our dossier.
WHAT YOU SHOULD AVOID DOING
Do not carry out investigative activities yourself, because this could violate the right to privacy. In this case, the evidence collected may not have any legal value. Always contact a sector expert.
Try not to arouse suspicion. Avoid excessive questions about any new income that could jeopardise future investigations.
ALWAYS BEAR IN MIND THAT
It is not possible to request telephone records; know the content of text messages sent or received by third parties; intercept telephone calls or to carry out earsdropping activities in private places.
It is illegal to spy on the Facebook profile, WhatsApp or emails of one’s partner.
Anyone committing one of these offences could risk imprisonment from 6 months to 4 years.
Anything collected via activities such as these cannot be used as evidence in court for a possible ruling on separation and/or for requesting apportionment of blame.
Always contact sector professionals who will help you find evidence that is reliable and valid in court, in full compliance with the law.