The five types of abuse are
psychological, emotional, neglect physical
and sexual abuse. These
acts are immoral, illegal and prosecutable
in most states with very high prosecution
rates. Undue influence may also be
considered abuse depending upon what
verbiage has and continues to be spoken.
Verbal battering is wrong, not socially
acceptable and immoral. Having a well
established short term and long term
investigative plan is imperative to the
outcome of the investigation, the well being
of your family and the child involved.
Surveillance, video documentation,
photographs, interviews and research are
effective techniques used in obtaining the
evidence of children living with this
treatment and/or conditions.
Drug and alcohol abuse is rising in
epidemic proportions and it is in the news
papers and on TV every day. We can help you
establish allegations of child neglect,
abuse, endangerment and unsafe living
conditions. The courts have one standard;
what is in the best interest of the child.
It is very common for the court to get a
vague understanding of the situation, we can
help you obtain and compile the evidence
needed for the courts to understand the full
picture. Commonly the people whom engage in
this type of addictive behavior have
friends, acquaintances and/or family members
with addictive personalities which may put
your child in danger.
If you feel the need to know how your
child is being treated during visitation
then surveillance can be very useful. We
will document and videotape their activities
and driving abilities along with the
duration and locations in which they
frequent. All too often during these
visitations the child is dropped off with a
family member or care providers residence in
the evenings instead of being with the
parent while they go out for a night on the
town. A divorce is very painful and often
the children are subjected to neglect, abuse
or endangerment. In a case of child
endangerment, we have the ability to
videotape most of their activities and
driving habits so as to ensure your child is
safe. In addition we will facilitate a
restraining order and assist in the
prosecution of an individual whom commits
criminal behavior during a visitation.
We strongly suggest seeking the advice of
an attorney so as to protect you, your
children's rights and the attorney will
educate you. A court recognized
psychologists may also be a great asset to
your psychological health and provide
critical evidence for the investigation.
Often the victimized child will not be able
to convey physical, emotional and/or sexual
abuse. In addition the child may draw a
picture of their interpretation of what has
been happening and/or make statements which
are admissible information in court.
Mentally or physically disabled children are
vulnerable and very delicate situations, the
abuse amongst them is rising. Care giver
syndrome or care giver burnout is very
common and stressful causing some care
providers to have issues such as anger.
Unfortunately this anger is projected on the
vulnerable and defenseless children. The
evidence we may provide may then be taken to
court so as to put a stop to the action.
Abuse is wrong and socially not acceptable!
Many single parents, divorced parents
and/or care providers have misgivings about
the fitness of the other parent. Parents
with a history of substance abuse or alcohol
abuse typically to not acknowledge their
deficiencies and are in denial. Commonly
these substances are mixed and currently
spiraling out of control nationally. These
parents may methodically present themselves
in court and come off personable,
unfortunately there may be other character
and personality flaws and/or disorders while
presenting themselves as being competent to
the court. As a parent you are responsible
for protecting your children and enabling
(continuing to let it happen) may be
considered abuse or neglect. Abuse of any
type is wrong and nobody has to undertake
this type of degrading demoralizing actions!