Do you suspect that your spouse is cheating?

After the first Child

Children change a relationship no matter how
you look at it.  The first child is always more
traumatic than the rest.  It brings about stress,
fatigue, and the need to give the majority of
your attention to someone other than your
husband or wife. While affairs after the first
year of marriage are brought about by
an individual's feelings towards himself or
herself, affairs after the first child are brought
on by the couples feelings towards each other.

While infidelity can occur at anytime in a relationship, there are certain times when it is more likely to occur than others.  Additionally, there are certain factors which can dramatically increase the potential for infidelity.

Throughout the life of nearly all relationships, there are four timetable events which can breed UNFAITHFULNESS:

                                                                     After the first year of marriage

This generally is a time at which most people would not consider the likelihood of infidelity to be that great. For this reason, it is also the time when affairs are the least detected.

After the first year of marriage, the euphoria ends, and routine begins to set in. The emotional high that both partners had been experiencing is gone, hence, leaving a void.  The new husband or wife may no longer consistently supply what is needed to find that high.

Affairs occurring after the first year of marriage are almost never detected, and are typically just flings. There is no real emotional attachment to the other person and the cheating partner can still feel love their new husband or wife. Regardless, if it happens here, the chances of it happening again later on in the relationship have increased substantially.

 5-7 years

This is widely referred to as the seven year itch.  It does not imply that at exactly the seven year point in a marriage, someone will have an affair. What is does mean is that somewhere around this time, it may. This is due to the relationship running its natural course, and achieving the goals which had been set. A couple gets married, has kids, buys their dream house and establishes their careers.  So what's left now? Doing the same thing day in and day out for the rest of their lives? Growing old and bored together? The anticipation of greater things to come is gone.

This scenario is the most common cause of all affairs.  

Affairs occurring at this stage in the relationship are often the most damaging. The cheating individual traditionally develops a deep bond with the other person. The faithful mate will question the other's fidelity more than at any other point. Affairs occurring during this period will continue for the longest period of time as well.

Middle Age

Also known as the mid-life crisis. This is where the children are grown and have left an empty nest.  At this point, both men and women begin to question their lot in life. They are essentially back where they started; a couple living together with no children to care for.  Except now they have around twenty years of experience with each other. This lends itself to the question of whether they want to spend another twenty plus years with the same individual.

This second childhood so to speak, brings around noticeable changes in both men and women. A man might buy a sports car, a woman might feel the need for a new youthful hairstyle.  Both may start exercising or purchase a new, "younger" wardrobe. Whatever the particulars, they will not be doing this for the benefit of the other. They will be doing it for themselves as much as for anyone other than their mate.

Infidelity investigations are delicate in nature and our goal is to provide our clients with unbiased investigative services and bring the truth to light. Cheating spouses investigations have several stages which involve collecting information from the client, planning a strategy based upon specific circumstances, applying surveillance hours, and keeping a fluid line of communication with the client throughout the process without compromising the investigation.

In order to maximize the success of an infidelity investigation, we require a minimum hour block as those types of investigations can be lengthy and may require surveillance around the clock. Regardless of the length of time, we will remain in frequent contact with you and keep you updated.  The investigation will be based upon your needs and all of the gathered evidence will be turned in to you for either your peace of mind or court proceedings including divorce settlements.

Statistics suggest that wives who suspect their husbands of cheating are correct 85% of the time, while husbands who suspect their wives of cheating are correct 50% of the time.


Conducting your own investigation may not be the best option.  It can prove to be emotionally and physically draining.  Gathering your own pieces of evidence may also compromise the validity of such evidence for court proceedings. Our private investigators are unbiased and emotionally detached and will get closer to the "target" (your spouse) without raising suspicion.