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CSA Cohabitation

We had a telephone call from a woman who needed to learn where her husband was. He had left her along with the young children but had not given her a forwarding address. She told us that though he came to see their kids when a week he didn’t give her any dollars for them and with out an address for him she could not give his details to the CSA. He had changed his job when he left and she did not know exactly where he was working now. The only time she knew where he was was when he came to see the young children.

We decided that to learn exactly where he was living and working we should fit a tracking device to his vehicle. This would tell us exactly where he was staying and where he was working. The vehicle belonged to our client so we could fit the device when he next came to pay a visit to the young children. We suggested the device should remain on the vehicle for two weeks. This would ensure a superb pattern of movements from the vehicle.

We located the info inside the very first week and with a couple of follow up phone calls confirmed the data was right. We removed the device soon after two weeks and our client could give the details to the CSA. Our client then decided she wanted to know if he was cohabitating with an additional woman. We carried out surveillance on the residence address we had located for him. After three sessions of six hour slots we had enough evidence of cohabitation for our client to take to her solicitor.

We have given that located out that she has filed for divorce on the ground of adultery and that he left her for this new woman. He has had to pay all of the arrears from the CSA.

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