Domestic Investigation

Cheating Spouse


  • Hiding their cell phones, phone bill and/or changing passwords
  • Avoiding you, seeming cold and distant
  • Considerably more irritable at home and in public
  • Dressing differently
  • Exhibiting sudden changes is sexual behavior
  • Losing weight
  • Showing a change in workout routine
  • Spending more time with friends you don’t know
  • Suddenly reluctant to do things with you
  • Unexpectedly or secretly doing laundry
  • Working overtime or staying out for longer hours
We’ve found that approximately 50% of the time, if a husband suspects the wife of cheating, his feelings are right.
We’ve found that approximately 99% of the time, when a wife suspects a husband of cheating, her instincts are correct.


With our experienced and discreet investigators in your area, Demo is trained to detect cheating partners. When you hire our services, we take the time to keep everything confidential and professional. We begin when you provide us with the following information about your partner: Name Home Address Work Address Photo Vehicle Description Then, we’ll work with you to determine the best times to place your spouse or partner under surveillance. Gathering evidence of an unfaithful spouse can be very beneficial to you. In some states, if you can demonstrate that your spouse has been unfaithful, you may be entitled to a more favorable alimony settlement. Some states, for example, take into consideration the “conduct of the parties during the marriage” when determining asset allocation. If you can prove, with our evidence, that your spouse has been unfaithful, you may benefit. Contact us today for a free consultation and to learn how our services can help you to benefit in divorce proceedings.
We have over 6 years of experience working investigations, specifically surveillance. We would start at a known location such as home/work and follow the Subject discreetly. We would document all activity via photo/video and put all findings into a report with written observations. We would also provide you with updates along the way. Our reports stand up in the court of law as we are licensed by the State. Reports also include database searches (i.e., the Subject gets into a vehicle with someone else or frequents an address regularly– We would conduct database searches on the vehicle/address and include that information in your final report). Client updates are also provided throughout surveillance efforts.
In the case of divorce, our investigative services can help you gain custody of your children. When we prove and document that your spouse has been abusive or neglectful, you will be more likely to be awarded custody. In some states, you can also benefit from documenting your spouse’s alcohol or drug abuse, desertion of the child, or unwillingness to cooperate in matters pertaining to the child. As the employment status of each parent is taken into account in custody decisions, we can also document whether your spouse is working. Call us today and learn how we can assist you in retaining or gaining custody of your children.
The Florida Legislature recognized that cohabitation and supportive relationships can result in the same sort of situation for the modification of alimony as remarriage or a job change. Obligees in supportive relationships have many of the same benefits of a traditional marriage, and have less of a need for alimony from an ex-spouse. They often have the benefits of an additional income to assist with their expenses, or the support of a partner which enables them to find a new job, work more hours, or otherwise increase their income and assets. Because of this, the Florida Legislature modified state law to allow obligors to ask for alimony to be modified or terminated where a supportive relationship has given the obligee benefits similar to a marriage.

Civil Investigation


  • A civil investigation uncovers and assembles evidence necessary for a civil trial.
  • A civil trial is a type of court case involving two individual citizens who disagree on an issue that relates to their rights as citizens. For example, if one person sues another for damages caused by a domestic accident, the case will likely be conducted as a civil trial. Civil investigators are responsible for gathering the evidence essential to such a trial.
Though often confused, civil and criminal cases are different and are therefore investigated differently.


Civil cases are private disputes between individuals or organizations in which a person or entity will bring forward complaints that another person or entity failed to uphold their legal duty. The accusatory party will usually ask for completion of the duty and compensation for the harm done. A private investigator can be hired by one or both parties involved and can gather evidence in a reliable, legal manner.


Criminal cases are situations in which a person is charged formally by the government on behalf of the people. It isn’t the victim’s responsibility to bring forth a criminal case and sometimes there isn’t even a specific victim. The result of a criminal case is a sentence that could include a monetary penalty, imprisonment, or supervision in the community. Investigation methods are usually determined by the government rather than the individuals involved.
Winning your case often depends on the ability to gather evidence in the form of witness statements. In some cases, this is made more difficult due to witnesses not reporting their addresses or moving frequently. We can assist you by locating your witnesses in a timely manner. Should you decide that you would also like to utilize our services to interview your witnesses, we will travel to their location and conduct confidential interviews on the subject of your case.