Are you struggling to make ends meet while paying out alimony to your ex-spouse? Do you suspect that your ex-spouse may be living with a new partner, which could affect your alimony payments? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you need the help of Crossroads Investigations.
Our private investigation firm is based in Florida, and we specialize in alimony investigations. Our team of experienced investigators is dedicated to gathering the evidence you need to protect your financial interests.
Alimony is a court-ordered payment that is made by one spouse to the other after a divorce. The purpose of alimony is to provide financial support to the spouse who earns less money, ensuring that they can maintain their standard of living after the divorce.
However, alimony can become a contentious issue between ex-spouses, especially if one party feels that they are paying too much. In some cases, an ex-spouse may try to conceal their true income or assets in order to avoid paying a fair amount of alimony.
In other cases, an ex-spouse may start living with a new partner, which could affect the amount of alimony that is paid out. If you suspect that your ex-spouse is cohabitating with a new partner, then you need the help of Crossroads Investigations.
We understand how important alimony payments are to our clients. That's why we take a thorough and discreet approach to every alimony investigation that we undertake.
Named the top investigation firm in South Florida by the Daily Business Review for the last seven years, Crossroads Investigations is a full-service national private investigation agency with global capabilities operated by a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer. When you choose Crossroads Investigations, you'll benefit from our years of experience and our dedication to providing high-quality investigative services.
Crossroads Investigations has the experience, knowledge, and expertise you need to protect your financial interests and get the results you deserve. To schedule a consultation with one of our investigators, call us at 866-976-2371 or email us at info@Xinvestigations.com. We look forward to working with you and helping you get the answers you need.