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A man called the office asking for some assistance. He and his wife had been separated for over 6 months. She was still living inside the matrimonial property and he had moved out into a flat. The arrangement was that she would get a job and put the home available on the market and they could then split the funds and each buys a smaller comfy house. The split was a mutual 1 as both parties had had affairs. His wife had produced no attempt to market the property and kept creating excuses as to why not. He also believes that the wife has moved her boyfriend in and our client was still footing the bills for that house and his own flat.

He wanted us to pose as feasible buyers. His plan was to go round and knock on the door and ask if it was for sale. If his wife said no he would know that she had no intention of putting it up for sale. He also wanted proof that her boyfriend was living there and if she had tried to obtain perform. Our client was necessary to pay maintenance for her whilst she was out of perform and pay for the upkeep with the residence.

We completed a six hour session of surveillance in which we followed her from the residence to see if she was making any effort to sell the house and get a job. In the course of the session the boyfriend let himself within the front door with a important and he parked his vehicle on the drive. Our client’s wife went to the hairdressers and then did some shopping. She passed some estate agents but didn't go in any of them. On the instruction of our client we completed two more six hour sessions and noted again that the boyfriend entered the residence once again by himself employing a important.

Our client went to see his solicitor with the film footage as well as the reports. His solicitor confirmed that he could divorce her on the grounds of adultery and that simply because her boyfriend was in paid employment and should be contributing towards the residence hold they should be able to force the sale of the residence and minimize the amount of upkeep our client was paying.

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