What sets us apart
We specialize in locating and reporting on evidence to support your child custody case.
Attorneys depend on solid evidence to file and settle cases
Help your attorney mount a winning case by identifying crucial digital evidence. Court proceedings and settlement negotiations turn on the quality of evidence each side presents. From deleted data to internet investigations, Digital Investigation can supply the evidence you need to gain custody or access to your children.
Recovering deleted data: your secret weapon
SMS messages, emails, social media posts, WhatsApp communications -- these vital categories of evidence may be deleted or secretly stored in web-based accounts. We can help identify and extract deleted or hidden information to help you prepare for your case
Challenge credibility and character
Digital evidence can be used to challenge a person’s judgement or credibility, or to confirm that a parent has been compliant or has improved behavior to recover parental rights.
Evidence That Can Be Used In Court
There is nothing more important than your relationship with your children. When it comes to influencing judges, magistrates, arbitrators or a guardian ad litem, digital evidence can be your strongest ally to ensure that your children remain in your life are are properly protected.
Whether the issue is parental judgement, moral character or truthfulness, recorded artifacts such as browsing history, GPS locations, stored photos or deleted text messages can confirm patterns of behavior. For example, evidence can confirm compliance with court orders or proper parental behavior. In other cases, the evidence may indicate poor judgement, recklessness or even criminal activity.
Evidence of private daily activity can speak volumes about a person’s moral character or credibility. DigitalInvestigation.com specializes in identifying evidence that can reveal character — from inappropriate images on cell phones to online posts and more. In many cases, such evidence can lead to a quick settlement long before a case goes to court.