"My spouse is cheating on me. I know it, but how do I prove it?" Family law attorneys hear this from clients on almost a weekly basis. Because these issues can have criminal ramifications, colleagues practicing in that area of the law are often consulted. When you are confident that surveillance is needed to prove infidelity in a divorce case, or to assist in meeting your burden of proof in a protection from abuse action or a custody case, it's important to know what types of information and obtaining techniques are legal and how to use the surveillance to prove your important facts. Learn the do's and don'ts of surveillance in family law matters, including an update on Pennsylvania's wiretapping law, from a leading criminal lawyer, a family law lawyer, a trial court judge, and a well-known investigative/security consultant.
Recorded at the Family Law Institute in April 2022.