Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 08, 2014
McCann Investigations, a firm based in Texas that provides digital security and private investigations services, recently published a paper, The Digital Divorce, addressing the digital Characteristics involved in divorce. Statistics indicate that up to 20 percent of divorces cite social media, such as Facebook as a main catalyst. The paper examines an individual’s digital lifestyle in relation to divorce procedure.
“Smart phones, tablets and computers have become the key means of communication for both business and personal use. Evidence in divorce cases is almost always found on these devices.” Said Daniel Weiss, managing partner at McCann Investigations. “From evidence of infidelity, to hidden assets, often this evidence is found on multiple devices.”
Digital devices will continue to evolve allowing for even more detailed communication and an even more detailed trail of evidence. The digital divorce will continue to increase, and will become the norm. Probably more than any other means, the forensic analysis of digital devices provides investigators, attorneys, and clients with the most complete picture of a spouse’s activities. Only through the use of thorough forensic analysis can a client ensure they are equipped for the long slog that is today’s digital divorce.
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About McCann Investigations
McCann Investigations is a Texas-based private investigations practice focused on comprehensive investigations incorporating digital forensics, surveillance, undercover work and background checks for clients in various case types. Service areas include intellectual property theft, non-compete enforcement, fraud, embezzlement and family law. McCann Investigators are experts in the latest computer forensics tools and are licensed with the state of Texas. McCann examiners have provided expert testimony and reporting in hundreds of cases across the state.