Are you tired of paying alimony to a former spouse who is living with someone else? Under South Carolina law, with the right proof, you may not have to. At Stillinger Investigations, our trained, professional staff to get you the evidence you need, and all cases are confidential.
In South Carolina, proving cohabitation requires a minimum 90 day surveillance record, so this kind of investigation cannot be trusted to amateurs. You can trust our experienced investigators to get the admissible evidence you need to overturn an order to pay alimony. In order to be successful, you must have proof that is both admissible and convincing. Licensed, experienced private investigators can not only testify regarding what they observe during surveillance, but they can also obtain video, photographs, and other powerful evidence that can be used in court. Judges tend to view the testimony and evidence offered by an independent, licensed investigator more favorably than that of friends, family members, and even the parties themselves because the investigator reports his objective observations without bias or a stake in the case.
At Stillinger Investigations, our investigators have the experience and knowledge to handle your investigation with the professionalism you expect and to deliver the results you need. Our staff is uniquely qualified and trained to collect the right proof the right way so that you will have the admissible evidence you need to be successful in court. Let our dedicated team get started on your case today.