Thinking About Hiring Private Investigator Singapore?

Private investigator Singapore

If you suspect that your spouse is cheating on you, you may wish to engage a private investigator Singapore.

It is not cheap to hire a private investigator Singapore. A private investigator Singapore could charge thousands of dollars for a local investigation. If you need the private investigator to conduct overseas investigation on your spouse, the fees could be as high as $20,000 to $30,000!

Be your own private investigator Singapore?

It was recently reported that a French businessman is suing Uber after a bug in the app caused his affair to be discovered by his wife.

The man borrowed his wife’s iPhone to log into his Uber account. After logging out, his wife continued to receive notifications on his trips. It led to the wife’s suspicions and eventually cost the man his marriage.

He is seeking damages of 38 million euros from Uber!

See: James Titcomb, “French man blames Uber for breaking up marriage after glitch let wife follow his every move”, The Telegraph, 10 February 2017

With the advancements in technology, you may not need to engage an expensive private investigator Singapore to prove your suspicions. The case of the French man is a good example.

Most Singaporeans use the reason of “unreasonable behaviour” to get a divorce in Singapore. If you wish to get a divorce in Singapore based on unreasonable behaviour, you do not need to engage the services of a private investigator Singapore.

No evidence needed for uncontested divorce

In fact, if the divorce is uncontested (that is, both parties agree to the divorce), you do not even need to produce any evidence!

Contested divorce

However, if your spouse disagrees with the divorce, evidence is required. Data from Uber, as in the case of the Frenchman, would be helpful!

For more information on private investigator Singapore, and evidence required for a divorce, contact us today!

You may also be interested to read more about:

1. Divorce and Separation

2. Annulment (Nullity) of Marriage

3. Children’s Issues

4. Matrimonial Assets

5. Maintenance Issues (Alimony)

6. Family Violence

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