The techniques used by Investigative Knights are all legal and ethical. Success rates are very high and the firm has over 60 years experience!
Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) May 19, 2014
The top private investigator firm in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Investigative Knights, is now offering 10 methods to catch a cheating spouse. The professional and ethical investigative techniques have produced an extremely high success rate for clients during what is usually a very trying time. Call (602) 351-5111 to receive a complimentary consultation.
Statistics unfortunately show that half of marriages fall victim to a cheating spouse. When one spouse begins to expect cheating, studies show it's true 85% of the time. When a spouse is cheating, it can be very difficult to obtain proof due to evasive maneuvers and secret techniques.
With over 60 years combined experience, the top notch Phoenix private investigators at Investigative Knights know all of these techniques. The methods used for success include a combination of home and field surveillance. Surveillance may include visual, video, photographic or audio. In the field, the firm works in pairs to maximize success rates and safety.
In addition, the private investigators in Phoenix AZ are experts in asset searches. Affairs tend to be expensive, so there is typically an asset trail embedded in financial statements. GPS tracking is also used on vehicles and cell phones.
One of the key methods for cheating spouse investigations is computer and cell phone forensics. This entails email tracing, chat room activity, SIM card investigations and more.
The techniques used by Investigative Knights are all legal and ethical. Success rates are very high, and by hiring the Phoenix private investigator firm the client will be able to maintain objectivity.
In order to receive piece of mind regarding a cheating spouse, the best option is to hire a third party investigator to receive indisputable evidence. Currently, Investigative Knights is offering complimentary consultations as a private investigator Phoenix trusts at (602) 351-5111.