Divorce can be a painful process, especially if children are involved. For divorcing couples with the children under the age of 21, the courts will decide on the care and control of the children, and access to the children.
The court examines many factors before deciding which parent gains custody of the child.
According to the Ministry of Social and Family Development, the custodial parent has the right to make major decisions for the children such as education, religion, and healthcare, among others.
If you think your ex-husband or ex-wife should not gain custody, you would need to provide the court with evidence that the other parent is not fit to provide care. Our experienced private investigators conduct discreet child custody surveillance to uncover chronic neglect, physical or emotional abuse, alcoholism, drug abuse, etc.
DP Quest is able to assist you with evidence gathering that increases the chances of winning the custody of your child. If necessary, we can also serve as expert witness for court proceedings.
Talk to us now. Don’t wait if you have your child’s best interest at heart.
Learn more about legal information on child custodies.
Sub-Courts Matrimonial Property FAQ
Sub-Courts Maintenance Summonses
Law Society: Custody and Maintenance