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So, you need a PI?
by Steven White on September 25th, 2014

For someone to look into hiring a P.I. there must be some serious shiznick going on with your life and/or business. I mean, it's not as if it's an inexpensive endeavour. 
First off, it doesn't have to be that expensive. Most P.I.'s charge by the hour. However, one should consider if this is what they really want. Oftentimes, the results are more than expected and maybe just T.M.I......
This particular blog post is regarding marital infidelity cases. Most callers regarding infidelity are in fact, women. I am not trying to dissuade anyone from hiring me or my colleagues, but I do consider the following facts, and I do want potential clients to consider these facts:
1. Obviously, you believe your spouse is having an affair.
2. You want to catch him/her in the act?
3. Why? To rub their nose in it? To get a better divorce settlement? To prove a point?
4. In my many years of experience, I have found that when a spouse suspects the other spouse is cheating it's usually true. In fact, one knows they are! 
5. So, think, do you REALLY want to know? Do you want to see pictures or videos of the act? What will be the result? Divorce? What of the kids? What of your financial security? What of your home? All good questions.
6. Okay, you decide, you want to prove it and get divorced and take him/her to the bank. Most States now are "no-fault" States, meaning community property, the courts don't want to hear about infidelity or other causes, they just want you to make a property settlement, decide who gets what, who gets the kids, and most likely, sell your home and split the profits. The upside? You can move on with your life and do better next time. Create a stable environment for your kids. Have the peace of mind knowing you have done the right thing.

One sure thing about a "P.I."? The old images of the low life private eye in a cheap suit with a cigar in his mouth are over! We refer to ourselves as "P.I".=Professional Investigators! Most States heavily regulate our profession for honesty, integrity, continuing education courses, complaints, etc. Each P.I. must be licensed, and work for or operate their own licensed company! Basically, two licenses! And many are retired or former police investigators, Federal Agents, etc, who have an incredible amount of experience! 

Keep that in mind and if you happen to get the old style P.I., keep searching! 

‚ÄčI'd love to hear comments and/or feedback on this blog! Thank you!


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7 Comments

Jenko - September 29th, 2014 at 1:06 PM
Nice blog! Very true!
Steve - September 29th, 2014 at 1:06 PM
Thank you very much!
Kathy - October 2nd, 2014 at 10:26 AM
does make you wonder.....very informative.
Steve - October 2nd, 2014 at 10:29 AM
I can't help thinking I've cut my foot off with this post. Lol. I hope it helps.
David Long - October 16th, 2014 at 9:58 AM
Great website and very informative. Good luck! Go get them!
Hunter Investigations - October 22nd, 2014 at 11:46 AM
Thank you, David!
Hunter Investigations - October 22nd, 2014 at 11:46 AM
Thank you, David!
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