Is it a cheating spouse? Domestic abuse? An untrustworthy nanny? All She Spies Private Eye domestic investigations start with a confidential conversation. We care about your concerns and know the questions to ask to get to the core of the issue. And once we do, that’s when the real digging starts and the evidence becomes clear.
From Surveillance of a Spouse to a Background Check for Nanny
After 20 years as a juvenile probation officer and private investigator, the owner of She Spies, Anji Maddox, has learned a thing or two about domestic investigations. They run the gamut, but the most common circumstances include:
- Estranged family members
- Background check for nanny
- Cheating spouse
- Pre nuptial investigation
- Neglect of loved ones in medical and nursing care facilities
- Abuse of children or spouses
- Hidden assets, either in divorce proceedings or in corporate transactions
- Separation and potential parental kidnapping
- Domestic abuse
- Child support and custody disputes
- Addictions (i.e., porn, prostitution, gambling, etc.)
- Heterosexual spouse suspects homosexual partner
No matter what your suspicion or situation entails, we’ll design a plan for that’s completely personalized to meet it.
Go with Your Gut. Hire a Private Investigator
Give us a call and we’ll ask you about your gut instincts – because they’re usually spot on. Maybe your spouse is always going out on a Wednesday or withdrawing the same amount of cash every weekend. We’ll tell you to keep a log and we’ll use it to identify a pattern before beginning surveillance. If there’s no pattern, we’ll do whatever it takes to give you the most value for your investment.
We’re not your typical private investigators who see things in black and white or dollar signs. From domestic abuse to a background check for nanny, we understand that all domestic investigations are unique, and each deserves a personalized approach and outside-the-box thinking. If you want to hire a private investigator in Austin or Dallas Texas, fill out the form to the right for a free, confidential phone consultation, or call 512-246-9889 or 214-227-8177 directly for more information.