November 2010

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Is Your Client's Spouse Bugging Them? Electronic Surveillance at Home
Digital Divorce: Computer Forensics for Family Law

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Is Your Client's Spouse Bugging Them? Electronic Surveillance at Home

Marriage is a sacred trust between two people. If either person violates that trust, the consequences can be devastating, and the marriage is at risk of collapse. Some spouses who suspect a broken trust develop such intense fear and suspicion that they are driven to spy on their mates to either confirm their fidelity or prove their infidelity.

Whether or not the person being surveilled is actually guilty of any wrongdoing, their discovery of the spying may rupture the marriage beyond repair. A client who discovers their spouse is electronically monitoring ("bugging") them, or even one who merely suspects it, may suffer...

 

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Digital Divorce: Computer Forensics for Family Law
A person's computer may tell more about them than any other source. Today, 90% of all business and personal data is found on computers, yet less than 30% is ever printed. [SOURCE: http://www.infosecurityconsult.com/forensics.htm]

What does that mean for you and your clients? It means that a respondent's own computer may help you win your client's case. The evidence you need to prove infidelity (though not a legal issue in most courts) may be found on the respondent's computer. The records that prove a respondent is concealing funds may be there too. Computer forensics can also show...

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