When in a relationship something is not right, you can certainly feel it. At first there may be larger or smaller misunderstandings, disagreements, both partners become estranged over time, sparks extinguish, there is less and less romance or it disappears completely. Your partner is looking for excuses, they spend less time with you, they spend a lot of time on business trips or they have a lot of work to do, late meetings, and so on.
These signs are only orientation when you suspect and assess your partner’s behavior. But only suspicion in such cases is not enough to fully clarify all together.
The task of the detective is, that he establishes all facts and hereby confirms or refutes the suspicions.
In any case the confrontation is painful, especially if your partner in every way claims that everything is fine and that you are the one who is jealous for no reason. They can look you in the eyes and and the same time lie to you, but you feel that things between you changed significantly.
In such situation it’s very important to have a person by your side, who knows about such problems and can give advice in key moments.
Cheating is many times also connected with divorce, with divorce related division of property and custody of children. That’s why we approach to partner and family issues entirely, because we advocate the view that only the acquisition of evidence that the partner is cheating, is not enough. After these findings the story usually carries on. At the request of the customer, in such cases we also offer support and advice in any further proceedings.
Because we are aware of the differences between the sexes, you can choose a male or female detective so that you can trust him/her with your concerns and problems. This proved to be very effective in many cases that we already solved.
We offer our customers a professional and discreet attitude both in the meeting when you tell us about problems and also in obtaining evidence.
According to some studies, almost half of all men and women get entangled in extramarital relationships. Percentages in those researches are very different; they are ranging all the way to 80%.
Some studies indicate:
there is 41% of relationships in which one or both partners admitted infidelity, either physical or emotional.
57% of men admitted that they were unfaithful in all of their relationships, and 54 % of women admitted that they were unfaithful in all of their relationships.
36 % of people admitted having an affair with a colleague.
According to some studies, love affairs on average last 2 years.
74 % of men admitted that they would have an affair if they knew that this would never come out. 68 % of women also admitted that they would have an affair if they knew that this would never come out.