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Proving cohabitation is not always a simple process. If you haven't already, we recommend that you read our page on Building an Effective Case for Court.
Banbury Detectives recommend at least 90 hours surveillance in the 4 month (16 weeks) period to give the judge the longest possible time frame to consider. Therefore the time scale of this cohabitation package is set over a 16 week period.
Surveillance would be carried out in the first week over three mornings and then repeated on the same evenings. The objective is to record the subject exiting the property to travel to work in the morning and returning to the address in the evening.
Surveillance is then suspended after week 1 and would resume in the same way in weeks 5, 9, 14 and 16 but on different days, e.g. If surveillance was carried out previously on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday then further surveillance would be carried out on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
We advise we do the surveillance at the beginning, middle and end of the investigation to show the judge that this is an ongoing thing and not just a ‘one off’.
Banbury Detectives can supply you with agent witness statements to add weight to your case. Reports are presented in accepted formats for all courts and the Child Maintenance Service.
Banbury Detectives offer a "PAY AS YOU GO" system – so you can buy your surveillance weekly or monthly within the 4 month time frame. Just ask your Case Manager for more information.
Banbury Detectives offer cohabitation packages tailored to meet the courts' requirements. To book one today or to find out more information, call 01295 207 663 or get in touch via our contact page.
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Additionally, Banbury Detectives assign each client a dedicated Case Manager - office based and availble throughout the investigation