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Secure Private Investigators Have Long Been Hired in Divorce and Custody Cases. Secure Forensics Takes That Investigation Into the Digital World.

Divorce and Custody Digital Forensics

Why do Divorce & Custody Cases Need Computer Forensics?

Computer forensics has built a firm place in divorce and custody cases. Usage of smartphones, tablets, laptops, digital cameras, software applications increases daily. It’s these devices that can contain the most personal and sensitive information related to someone’s character.

Digital information will have a significant impact on many family law cases. Life changing issues, including allocation of marital assets, child custody, and visitation rights are at stake without a computer forensic investigation. Parties, (and their lawyers) find out too late when the technology they did not know existed is used against them.

Our Digital Forensics Experts Supply Key Evidence In Family Law Cases

The ways in which computer forensics may be used in family law cases is virtually unlimited.

Some well known examples include:

Digital Forensic Divorce Evidence of Adultery

Providing Evidence of Adultery


Hidden Assets Recovery Forensics

Identifying Hidden Assets


      Divorce Forensic Evidence of Child Neglect

      Providing Evidence of Child Neglect


      Evidence of Additional Income Sources Forensics

      Providing Evidence of Additional Income Sources


      Forensic Evidence Spousal Abuse

      Providing Evidence of Spousal Abuse


      Illegal Content Forensics

      Uncovering Possession of Illegal Content


      Evidence of Unfit Parent

      Providing Evidence of Unfit Parent


      Appraise Properties Assets Forensics

      Appraise Necessary Assets and Properties


      Any of the above can significantly change the outcome of a divorce or child custody case. If you are involved in a family law case contact Secure Forensics for a free consultation to discuss how digital forensics may be deployed to your advantage.

      Damage Not In Crime But In The Cover Up

      For the most part, family law cases are emotionally charged and the parties involved can be misguided in attempts for the collection of digital evidence. Without knowing proper data collection it can result in the evidence being destroyed or damaged. This can leave your evidence inadmissible in court. Secure Forensics employs industry-leading software to properly located and collect evidence.

      There are times when the defendant attempts to delete, hide or damage the incriminating evidence. Incriminating evidence can include website history, photographs, e-mails, text messages and more. Secure Forensics has the ability to obtain and recover this “lost” evidence.

      In addition to giving client proper instructions and warnings, a lawyer in a family law matter should immediately preserve the client’s data on all smartphones, email accounts, laptops and other computer devices. Secure Forensics can quickly preserve that data at a cost-effective rate and with minimal hassle. The last thing a lawyer wants to deal with is a client who has deleted or destroyed digital evidence. Moreover, we can put that digital data into a format that is easily reviewable by you, so that you know what your client has said, when it was said, by what method, and to whom.

      Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce & Custody Cases Investigation

      Below are answers and questions created specifically about our divorce & custody forensics services.

      Any of the above can significantly change the outcome of a divorce or child custody case. If you are involved in a family law case contact Secure Forensics for a free consultation to discuss how digital forensics may be deployed to your advantage.

      We have years of experiencing in helping our clients get the evidence they need to win and keep their kids. Call us for a free consultation at 800-288-1407

       

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