Domestic Infidelity

Domestic  / Infidelity
PIB Infidelity Investigation

Child Support Recovery Assistance
Judgment Recovery/Collection
Locating non-custodial parent
Domestic / Infidelity (Surveillance)
GPS Tracking

India is not a NO FAULT state meaning that the judge may involve himself or herself in the emotional part of your marriage, and may come to conclusions about who betrayed whom, who is responsible for the divorce, and who is the worse spouse or parent.

This means that the party who wants a divorce has to show a specific misbehavior on the part of the other spouse, such as adultery, abandonment, drunkenness, addiction, abuse, etc.  Divorce by mutual consent is called a "no-fault" ground for divorce, because the spouse who wants the divorce does not have to prove any marital fault (such as an affair) on the part of the other party.

The party simply has to state that there is no chance the marriage will be patched up.  This is often called, in legal terms, "irreconcilable differences" or "irretrievable breakdown."

In India, you and your spouse (and your respective lawyers, mediators, accountants and other professionals) work out the financial details yourselves.  The judge then simply reviews and signs your agreement. The judge will be reviewing only to check that the agreement is not terribly one-sided, that the parenting plan for the children is reasonable, and that child support is adequately provided.               

THERE ARE various reasons why a matrimonial attorney may recommend the hiring of an infidelity private investigator.  These may include the following: an adultery or other type of "fault" surveillance for military and when out of state laws apply; security for a spouse being stalked; location and/or identification of missing persons; for paternity issues; criminal or abusive behavior;  for concealed assets (e.g., bank accounts, cars, securities); for the presence and use of alcohol or drugs; for address discovery or verification; and employment discovery or verification.

Warning signs of a Cheating Spouse:

 Your spouse seems bored. Bored with you, with job, with kids, with hobbies, with life in general.
 Your spouse seems to want danger or thrills in his/her life.
 There is considerably less intimacy in your relationship. Your sex life is practically non-existent.
 Your spouse has a low self-esteem.
 You notice your spouse has a sense of confusion about self.
 You spouse has become lazy, especially around the house.
 You can't get your spouse to communicate with you.
 Your spouse gets very defensive if you mention infidelity or affairs.
 Spouse is suddenly more attentive than usual.
 Mate is working longer hours at work.
 Your spouse is dressing nicer, looking nicer.
 You notice charges on credit card statement that don't make sense.
 Your spouse is indifferent to family events like birthdays and holidays.
 You find your partner has been lying to you about a variety of things.
 Money becomes more of an issue between the two of you.
 He/she doesn't want to go anywhere or do anything with you anymore.
 You can't even get your mate to fight with you.
 You feel as if you are being avoided.
 Your partner abandons religious faith.
 Your spouse seems more secretive.
If you feel that your spouse is being unfaithful and you need to know the truth, the PIB Infidelity Investigation offers an invaluable service to put your mind at ease. Our discreet and professional investigators will shadow, that is follow undetected, your spouse while documenting activities with the latest in surveillance equipment. We use pinhole and body-worn video equipment, as well as surveillance vehicles for covert observations. We also utilize night-vision cameras for evening surveillance.

If they are being unfaithful, we will catch them in the act!  The Bureau of Private Investigation specializes in providing professionally orchestrated clandestine operations (surveillance & undercover).  Confidentiality is assured.


If you think you are being bugged, watched, or monitored in your home, office or vehicle,  you may require Protection against Electronic bugs, and Telephone Monitoring devices.  Everyday, ordinary people and powerful people alike employ eavesdropping techniques to benefit themselves or harm their enemies.  Spouses listen in on phone conversations and contractors bug each otherís phone lines.

If you think you are being bugged, watched, or monitored in your home, office or vehicle, call the Bureau of Private Investigation.  Since, all cases are unique, the design and procedure of the investigation can be discussed without obligation or charge. All consultations are free and considered with strict confidentiality.

Now Renting GPS Units for real time tracking.

Please peruse our web page on Counter Surveillance.

Missing Persons

Locating/Skip Traces

Address Discovery or Verification

Employment Discovery or Verification

Locate Missing or Abducted Children


PIB's Missing Children

Please contact our office if you have seen any of these missing children.

Corporate Investigation

Address Discovery or Verification

Employment Verification

Criminal Convictions

Education Verification

Professional Licensing & Credential Verification

Personal Reference Check

Undercover Security 

Covert Surveillance

 Do you need to:
 Locate assets to satisfy a judgment, debt or other collection matter
 Determine the economic viability of litigation
 Locate assets of a decedent or incompetent person
 Perform a background check on a prospective employee
 Develop more detailed information on the financial condition of a business or individual
 Locate missing witnesses, debtors, heirs, etc.
We can help you locate:
 Bank and investment accounts
 Safe deposit boxes
 Real estate ownership
 Vehicles, watercraft, aircraft
 Public record information (legal actions, judgments, liens, bankruptcies)
 Financial information, including liabilities, creditors and financial condition
 Business ownership, affiliations and related entities
 Skip traces
 Criminal history
 Patents and trademarks
 Custom searches (call to discuss your needs)
PIB Agency & Partnerships Investigations

Rights & Liabilities Between Principal and Agent

Contractual Rights & Liabilities Between Principal (or Agent) & Third Persons

Tort Liabilities

Authority of Agent


Liability on Agent's Contracts


The Law of Agency concerns the rights and liabilities created as to one individual by the acts of another.  This encompasses several distinct areas:  the contractual rights and liabilities to third persons of parties who have dealt by or through agents;  the circumstances in which one person may be liable in tort for the wrongful acts of another in his or her employ;  and the various contract and tort duties which the parties to any agency relationship owe to each other.

The most frequent type of agency problem is whether the principal (and/or agent) is contractually liable to a third party, based on the agent's conduct?


Is there an agency relationship i.e., an agency by agreement, ratification or estoppel?
If so, what is the nature or source of the agent's authority?
If actual authority (express or implied), does it have to be in writing (equal dignity rule)?

If no actual authority, is there apparent or ostensible authority?

What is the scope of authority (agent's powers are strictly construed)?
Can the conduct be justified as an exercise of incidental or inherent powers?

Has the authority been terminated e.g., by expiration of term, death, etc.?  If so, has it been properly communicated?

Even if the agent had an original authority to act, has there been a subsequent ratification of his acts?  Need to consider whether the conduct is capable of ratification, and whether the ratification is effective to establish liability (i.e., "relation back" theory, partial ratification, etc.).
What is the nature of Liability on the contract?
PIB Contract Investigation

A contract must contain mutual assent, usually manifested by an offer and acceptance, and consideration.

Investigative considerations for analysis:

Was a contract made between the parties?  (Formation problems: offer and acceptance, consideration.)

Are there any reasons why the contract should not be enforced as agreed?  (Defenses to formation:  indefiniteness, mistake, Statute of Frauds, etc.)

Who has enforceable rights and/or duties under the contract?  (Problems of third-party beneficiaries, assignment and delegation.)

Is there an absolute duty to perform?  (Problems of conditions, changed circumstances, discharge.)

Defenses to the enforcement of the contract:



Fraud, nondisclosure, duress, undue influence


Lack of a writing (required by Statute of Frauds)

Lack of contractual capacity (minors, mental incompetents)

Illegality of contract purpose or consideration

Do any third parties have enforceable rights and/or obligations under the contract?

Is there an absolute duty to perform?

Once it has been determined that a contract has been made, the question is whether the reasonable expectations induced thereby have been fulfilled;  and if not, whether performance has somehow been excused or discharged by events subsequent to the formation of the contract.

The above are just  small examples of the many issues an investigator must possess knowledge of in his repertoire to effectively serve his clients.

Let us help you discover and obtain the facts.  Our requisite professional credentials have earned us the compulsory credibility necessary to educe cooperation from individuals with relevant and reliable information. 

Talk to us for a free consultation we may save you an enormous amount of money on pre-trial discovery, investigation inquiries, and evidence acquisition.

It is economically prudent to investigate your case before litigation.  Give us a call toll free at (800) 306-6682 or (808) 373-2426.

Private detectives and investigators assist individuals, businesses, and attorneys by finding and analyzing information. They connect clues to uncover facts about legal, financial, or personal matters. Private detectives and investigators offer many services, including executive, corporate, and celebrity protection; preemployment verification; and individual background profiles. Some investigate computer crimes, such as identity theft, harassing e-mails, and illegal downloading of copyrighted material. They also provide assistance in criminal and civil liability cases, insurance claims and fraud cases, child custody and protection cases, missing-persons cases, and premarital screening. They are sometimes hired to investigate individuals to prove or disprove infidelity.

Private detectives and investigators may use many methods to determine the facts in a case. Much of their work is done with a computer. For example, they often recover deleted e-mails and documents. They also may perform computer database searches or work with someone who does. Computers allow investigators to quickly obtain huge amounts of information, such as records of a subject's prior arrests, convictions, and civil legal judgments; telephone numbers; information about motor vehicle registrations; records of association and club memberships; social networking site details; and even photographs.

Detectives and investigators also perform various other types of surveillance or searches. To verify facts, such as an individual's income or place of employment, they may make phone calls or visit a subject's workplace. In other cases, especially those involving missing persons and background checks, investigators interview people to gather as much information as possible about an individual. Sometimes investigators go undercover, pretending to be someone else in order to get information or to observe a subject inconspicuously. They even arrange to be hired in businesses to observe workers for wrongdoing.

Photo/Video Surveillance
Photo/Video Surveillance
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