Do You Know What Your Spouse is Doing?

 


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Trust is the foundation for all relationships. Whether that relationship with your circle of friends, co-workers, or family, without trust not many relationships work. This is even more true when it comes to intimate relationships. With your girlfriend/boyfriend, partner or spouse, trust is even more important. And, when then trust is in question, your whole world is turned upside down.

You may have noticed some unusual behavior, such as your significant other spending a lot of time ‘at work’ or perhaps more time than normal ‘out with friends’. Maybe your spouse is spending a lot of time on the Internet late at night chatting, web surfing, instant messaging (IMs), sharing files or e-mailing people. The usual attention you are used to receiving from your lover is now not there and you fear the (s)he is up to something. You may have said something or voiced your concerns about ‘too much time on the computer’ or ‘why are you looking at *** on the Internet?’ to your significant other only to be told that nothing is going on and there is nothing at all to worry about.

Time passes and you are still not 100% sure that you were told the truth and you still have that feeling that you are being lied to but want to believe that the person that you are in love with, the person that you trust, the person that you may have children with would never jeopardize that trust by lying and cheating. What you now realize you need is proof. . . one way or the other. . . if indeed you are being lied to.

In situations such as this, computer forensics can help discover what exactly is going on. Computer Forensic Investigators can uncover the truth by examining the computer's hard drive and see what websites, e-mails, chat logs and other pieces of useful information which can help you. Once the information is collected and you have had time to go over the data, you will then have the evidence you need to either believe that your relationship is still solid and there isn't any lying and cheating occurring. Or, that there is and now you will need to evaluate your options and possibly file for a divorce.

If you are in a situation where you feel that your partner or spouse is lying and cheating on you, it is up to you to take action. A computer forensics investigation can help you take those steps to collect the evidence you may need to protect yourself and your family.

Jason Perry

Computer Forensics Associates is available to discuss and evaluate your situation. For more information on Computer Forensics Associates service, visit http://www.computerforensicsassociates.com

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