Domestic Violence Investigations

Many individuals are the victims of domestic violence and are unaware of their legal rights and remedies available.

No one has the right to beat you or threaten you with violence.  If you are being physically abused, sexually abused, or threatened by a family or household member, or you fear such abuse, you are the victim of domestic violence.  This includes abuse or threats by your spouse, former spouse, or any other household member who is or was living in the same household as you.  The law also protects you from abuse by a person whom you have a child in common regardless if you are married or related to such individual.  Although the law varies from state to state, as a victim of domestic violence, your respective state’s attorney will accept a criminal complaint.  In addition, many domestic violence centers are available for help, and victim’s advocates are legally able to converse with you in strict confidence without disclosing information to a third party.

Domestic Violence Tips

The Cycle Theory of Domestic Violence:

Tension Building Stage

  • Tension increases during arguments about money, work, children and daily activities.  Name-calling, hostility and friction escalate.
  • Victims may try to control the abuse by various coping techniques such as avoidance, appeasing or “giving in.”

 

Acute Battering Incident

  • Physical battery can be caused by anything and is unpredicatable.
  • Battery can start with pushing, hitting, and shoving, and may progress to more serious bodily harm, including murder.

 

Honeymoon Stage

  • Often batterers fear that their partners will leave them, so they may apologize, promise to change, beg for forgiveness, and vow to change their behavior.
  • Victims and batterers often minimize the seriousness of the injuries and the intensity of the abusive behavior.

Background Check

If you fear you might be a victim of domestic violence prior to entering a relationship, it is strongly suggested that you contact National Investigations, Inc. for the purpose of conducting aa background check.  Unfortunately, unless a track record exists, security ultimately rests with your belief.  However, contact National Investigations, Inc. which has the ability to conduct a covert investigation to confirm your suspicions.

National Investigations, Inc. is a huge supporter of abused spouses, and wants to help in any way we possibly can.  If you are a victim of domestic violence, please contact us immediately at 800-798-5620 and let us give a helping hand.

 

 

  • All investigations will be conducted within the compliance of the law to avoid entrapment, invasion of privacy, misrepresentation, and trespassing.
  • Our fees will remain within your specific budget.
  • There will never be any fee for consultations.
  • Our investigators will be available to testify in front of a judge, jury, hearing or an arbitrator.