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Infidelity Investigations

Even thinking that your spouse may be cheating is a difficult and painful thought. Unfortunately, if you have a suspicion that your spouse is unfaithful, you may be right--according to statistics, wives who suspect their husbands of cheating are correct 85% of the time, while husbands who suspect their wives of cheating are correct 50% of the time.  Research has suggested that approximately 60 percent of men and 40 percent of women will cheat at least once in their marriage. Despite the prevalence of cheating; 70 percent of married women and 54 percent of married men do not know about their spouse's infidelity.

At Mitchell Confidential, we can conduct a thorough investigation into the matter using the latest technology and equipment at our disposal, which includes GPS tracking and high definition surveillance equipment.

 

Signs of infidelity may include

  • Changes in intimacy: A distinct increase or decrease in intimacy and affection levels or sexual preferences may hint indicate infidelity.

    Suspicious phone habits: A spouse that hides his or her phone or is secretive about their call logs and text messages may be cheating.

    Changes in appearance: A marked change in style of dress, intimate wear, and/or personal hygiene can be a clue.

    Suspicious internet use: Much like phone habits, a cheating spouse may be overly secretive when it comes to their browser history and general internet and computer habits.

    Changes in work routine: It may seem like a cliché but a husband or wife that suddenly needs to “work late” or “go to a conference” frequently is a sign of infidelity.

    Changes in bathing habits: A spouse that showers right when they get home, switches cologne or perfume or changes their grooming habits can be a sign of cheating.

     

Is your spouse cheating?

 

It is estimated that roughly 30 to 60% of all married individuals (in the United States) will engage in infidelity at some point during their marriage. These numbers are probably on the conservative side, when you consider that close to half of all marriages end in divorce. People are more likely to stray as relationships fall apart.