What can I legally do to spy on my spouse in North Carolina?
You suspect your spouse is cheating – and you want proof.
Should you put a GPS tracker on their car? Snoop through their emails? Hire a private investigator? When it comes to busting a cheating spouse, there are many methods available, but not all are legal or wise.
These articles will help you understand what you can – and can’t – do under North Carolina and Federal laws to prove infidelity, especially if you want any evidence found to be admissible in court.
Suspicion is a powerful emotion – particularly when we feel suspicious of someone we love. While most of us never want to find ourselves in a place where we legitimately feel suspicious of our own spouse, the truth of the matter is that in many marriages, this does...
There are many methods, including monitoring your e-mail, phone calls and social media, that a spouse might use to spy on you.
When you spy on your spouse, you can learn a lot and that can help you in the divorce. The big question is whether or not it is actually legal to do so.
When you are thinking about wiretapping a phone, can what you learn be used as evidence?
The last thing you want is your ex snooping into your accounts and finding something that you may not want them to find.
A keylogger will record every single key that your spouse types in, and by installing it on a computer, you can get a lot of information on the online habits of your spouse.
Private Investigators can enhance your case by revealing some of the most intimate moments that are discreetly being hidden by the other party.
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