Cohabitation & Fraud Claims
What is cohabitation?
Cohabitation is an arrangement where two people are not married but live together. They are often involved in a romantic or sexually intimate relationship on a long-term or permanent basis. Such arrangements have become increasingly common in Western countries since the late 20th century, being led by changing social views, especially regarding marriage, gender roles and religion. (source: wikipedia).
What is a Cohabitation Investigation?
A Cohabitation Investigation is an investigation which has as purpose to find out if a person receiving court ordered alimony payments is cohabiting with a new partner, thereby this might lead to terminating the requirement of future alimony payments.
Why is a cohabitation investigation – fraud claim investigation useful?
- do you pay alimony to an ex-spouse who is living with a new partner?
- how can you legally end your alimony payments?
- how to uncover the right evidence to prove your case in a court of law
- how long has your spouse been living with the new partner?
- is there a deadline by which the investigation needs to be delivering the right info?
AR INTELL can contribute with a thorough investigation:
- collect high quality relevant evidence (to admit to the court)
- compile documents that suggest 2 persons live together
- make videos or pictures to show that the ex-spouse is engaged in a marital type relationship
- discreet collection of evidence