Child Custody Investigations

Divorce can be a very painful time in the life of a family. Most affected by the pangs of separation are children who have had to grow up too quickly and are forced to face certain adult realities early in their lives. When parents split up, children are always the most affected; the incidental victims of failed marriages and grown-up disputes.

Of course you care for your children more than anything. You want to see them put the hurt of their parent’s divorce behind them and go on to lead carefree, normal lives. In order for them to do so it is essential for them to remain at home with the parent who will best see to their needs. Ultimately, it will be up to a judge to decide which parent is best suited to maintain custody, but this doesn’t mean you should sit idly by while a stranger chooses your child’s future.

S & H Investigative Services can help you affect the court’s decision and aid you in obtaining custody of your child. Specializing in child custody investigations, we are a firm of private investigators who can help create a portfolio of evidence that will increase your chances of having your child raised in the right environment.

We will conduct a thorough and precise investigation of your spouse’s lifestyle that accounts for means, home life, habits and general capabilities as a parent. S & H Investigative Services will review all findings with a fine-tooth comb – the same way a judge does – and we will create a body of proof that verifies you as the appropriate parent to maintain custody of your child.

Just like you, S & H Investigative Services wants to do what is in the best interests of your child. We maintain ethical standards and practices in every investigation and always operate within the law.

We are fully licensed to perform all manner of child support and custody investigations and have the tools and experience to see that the job done to the fullest extent possible.

Give your children the life they deserve. Call S & H Investigative Services and schedule a case assessment today.