Domestic Relations cases involve much more than simply marital dissolution. There are child custody issues (known as legal decision-making), child support payments, spousal maintenance and many other issues to be sorted out.
Without the assistance of professional investigation, these matters can devolve into useless "he said-she said" disputes. An impartial observer can disclose which parent appears to provide the safer, more nurturing home environment.
When couples know that a divorce is on the horizon, it's not uncommon for one or both to open secret accounts in their own names using community property assets. When this is suspected, it's wise to call in a professional private investigator.
Arizona is one of many states with no-fault divorce. But, not all states follow this practice. In such states, spousal infidelity can affect the outcome of the divorce settlement. Even in no-fault states, infidelity can be used to prove the guilty partner an unfit parent.
If domestic abuse is an issue, evidence can keep the abusive parent from having joint custody or even having visitation at all.
We've all read the news stories: one-half of a married couple has been leading a double life for years, exposing the couple's estate to untold risk. The injured party will need evidence of the nefarious activity.
The party asking for spousal support may have a source of funds that's kept secret. Or, the other party may claim poverty to avoid paying, when in fact they own a business and drive a Mercedes.