Crossroads Investigations

Co-Parenting Social Distancing Investigations

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Parenting is hard, co-parenting is even harder! Parents are responsible not just for keeping themselves safe but keeping their kids safe as well, especially in the age of COVID-19: no more play dates, no parks, no unnecessary human interaction at all. So, what does this mean when divorced parents have co-sharing obligations? What happens if you believe that the parent that you are sending your child off to is not socially distancing and consistently comes in contact with people, doesn’t wear a mask or gloves, or just living in the old normal?  Well, there are a few things that can be done!

  1. It is imperative that you don’t make assumptions about the other parent’s household. If you believe that the co-parent is not distancing, Crossroads Investigations is here to help. We have surveillance and field investigations to verify and report the co-parents daily activities. 
  2. School-aged children especially are experiencing hardship in the sudden pivot to virtual school.  Their daily routine is disturbed and could they may be feeling anxiety. Ensure that lines of communication are open, get the name and phone number of each person that is around or caring for your child. If you feel that your child is around dangerous individuals, Crossroads Investigations is here to help with CIA-trained investigators to run background checks, social media investigations and due diligence searches so you know who is around your child.    
  3. Child support may become an issue if the co-parent has experienced income decline or loss as a side effect of social distancing or illness. If you feel that the co-parent is manipulating income, or abusing the Coronavirus pandemic to avoid paying child support, Crossroads Investigations is your best resource. Our CIA-trained investigators perform national and international bank account searches and hard asset checks, to find what has been concealed. Surveillance investigators are essential workers and can report any daily activities such as traveling to and from the workplace. We can perform social media reports and due diligence investigations to help you acquire all available facts for your family matters. 

If you feel like your child is not safe, or that the co-parent is not being honest and acting in your child’s best interest give us a call at (866) XROADS-1 (866-976-2371) or [email protected] We are here to help get you the answers you need.