CHEATING SPOUSE / PARTNER

If you suspect your partner is cheating on you, CIS can obtained the proof that you will need to make the best possible legal decisions. Rhode Island allows "fault-based" divorces, which means the spouse seeking the divorce must allege and prove that the other spouse's misconduct caused the divorce. Adultery is one of the fault-based legal grounds (reasons) for a divorce. As opposed to states that only have “no-fault” divorces, Rhode Island courts will grant a divorce based on a spouse having an affair.In Rhode Island, adultery can affect both whether a spouse is eligible for alimony as well as what the court gives each spouse in the marital property division. If you’re getting divorced because your spouse had an affair, you should speak with a local family law attorney for advice. Even if you are not married, a private investigator can reveal invaluable information about the affair, such as the number of additional partners being seen and the amount of money being spent. The job of a private investigator specializing in infidelity is to gather information about the subject's activities and interactions. We frequently work on these types of cases for attorneys. An investigation with CIS will answer all these questions and more, helping to empower you in this difficult time. Equally, when we find solid proof that your spouse is faithful; the peace of mind this brings can help ensure that your relationship survives the suspicion.