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Cohabitation Adultery

A man referred to as the agency to ask us if it would be feasible to do a background investigation into the man that was now cohabiting with his wife and son. The marriage had broken down after our client took a job in Oman. He was posted there for three months at a time. He told us his wife was quite lonely and right after about two months started an affair with this man. It didn’t last extremely lengthy and his wife began to see someone else. This affair lasted for about 3 months after which she went back with all the first man.

Our client could not believe how rapidly his wife was unfaithful and that she had let 1 of these men into the family members house. Our client still stayed there when he returned towards the UK in-between stints at function. His wife was denying the complete factor but our client had it from his 11 year old son and a good friend. Our client decided to file for divorce but all of the preparation took a long time because he was not in the UK for quite lengthy.

We carried out some surveillance on the family residence along with the man was surely living there while our client was away at function. He also owned his own home which was empty except for a few modest items of furniture which he would require when he necessary to leave our customers residence. Our client told us that the man had put his home up for sale as he intended to move in with his wife on a permanent basis. We gave all of the evidence of cohabitation towards the client and he passed it onto his solicitor so he could file for divorce on grounds of adultery.

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