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How Much Does a Private Investigator Cost?

Money matters, but the truth is priceless. That sounds like a good tagline for any business. However, there is a point to be made that you get what you pay for, or rather expect the quality of your experience to be reflected in the quantity of cash you have to dole out.

So one’s first inclination when looking for a private investigator is to shop around. But what criteria should you be looking for?

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The Money Matters

We may be told that it’s the  wrong idea to marry (or simply be in a relationship) for money; however, the fact remains that one’s financial standing plays a pivotal role in our daily lives. So, while income and savings may not be the primary criteria in deciding who one becomes involved with, it will undoubtedly be a factor.

Lets think about it for a moment. You won’t have to access to a prospective mate’s credit score, bank account statement, or credit card bill. However, we subconsciously or not take in account a variety of characteristics that shape or serve as predictive traits of an individual’s economic standing. What is his/her job? Is it a career or merely a job? Where does he/she live? What kind of vehicle does he/she drive? What kind of clothes are in their wardrobe?  Where did he/she go to school? These are all simple questions that only begin to shape a financial blueprint.

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A Cheating Start

couple-arm-in-armDoes the circumstances in which something begins  dictate its future outcome? A philosophical question that deserves some further exploration particularly when it comes to relationships. In this case, if a relationship is born out of infidelity, is it bound for failure?

Now one’s first instinct may suggest that of course since infidelity is labeled a selfish and therefore negative action its offspring cannot in turn create a positive. However, those  quick gut judgements may become tempered by the details which led to the ultimate action. What if a person is in a poor unfulfilling relationship, one marred by poor communication, disinterest, substance or physical abuse etc. He/she knows that their current situation is not in their best interest, but at the same time remains locked in by a sense of obligation to the pleasant memories of the past, a fear of the unknown due to a sense of interdependence, the potential judgement/ humiliation of divorce etc. Read More→

Financial Understanding

money-blurredWhen a couple enters into marriage, one of the frequent discussions and/or subesquent  understandings they may come to focuses on financial responsability and how that relates to professional aspirations, how income will be allocated etc.  Part of these sticky but ultimately fundamental debates may center around career goals (earning potential) versus  the educational cost in dollars and time required to reach that point.

Digging deeper, you may discuss the types of things one does or doesn’t prescribe value to. As an example, you may prefer to spend money on things that offer convenience and comfort in your daily life over temporary luxuries. In other words, you would rather dish out extra cash on items such as clothing, furniture, vehicles, appliances, groceries than spend on going to events, dining out, or going on extravagant vacations. Conversely some may prefer the value of said experiences and thus be willing to limit spending in the daily in order to save and splurge on special occasions such as vacations etc.

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Getting Back On Course Post Divorce

infidelity-scribble-1As individuals we are constantly adapting and evolving to our current circumstances. However, we tend to place of emphasis on making changes when major events place us out on a cliff. These changes can be dictated by gains or losses in our private or personal lives. So, while infidelity and subsequent potential divorce can come as a dramatic shock to the system, once the initial physical pain subsides, an opportunity for personal growth and reinvention may present itself.

In the beginning, an individual that has been victimized by infidelity may feel damaged or unable to develop the trust component necessary to create a new relationship. That sense of self assurance and security can be built a new over time. In the interim,  an individual can shift the onus back onto him/herself.

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