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Social media has become an important part of our everyday lives. For private investigators, it's also a source of useful information. For example, an increasing number of child custody and divorce cases involve social media evidence compiled from Internet message boards. Our social media surveillance service can scrutinize Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and similar sites for evidence of cheating and other types of misconduct. Take advantage of the tools that only a trained private investigator can provide. Let us put your suspicions to rest—call MCM Investigations today.
In the past decade, social media has taken the world by storm. It has shown up in a myriad of unexpected places now, including on TV, billboards, and on the menus at your favorite restaurant, becoming a tapestry of our world's culture. Another surprising place social media has made an appearance is in divorce cases. A staggering 81% of the nation's top divorce attorneys say that over the past 5 years, they have seen an increase of the number of cases involving social media as evidence. In a study conducted by a law firm, they found that 1,087 out of 5,436 divorce cases had a cause of an illicit affair started with the social networking site Facebook. Especially in large metropolitan cities like LA and Beverly Hills, there are plenty of people to become involved in an extramarital affair with. If you suspect a spouse is cheating on you, it may be a wise idea to hire a private detective in Los Angeles or a private detective in Beverly Hills. Some signs to look for a cheater using social media are: if their laptop slams shut whenever you enter the room, they get nervous or anxious when you touch their phone, hours spent online have replaced quality time as a couple, and your partner picks a fight seeming distant, or acts unusually after spending an extended period online. A few tips for spying on a digital cheater: create a fake social media profile and try and interact with your spouse to see if you get a flirty response, log into their accounts if you have access, and use apps on a person's smartphone. These will open without a password. For more tips on how to deal with divorce in the digital age, check out this infographic below:
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