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How to Prove the Infidelity of a Cheating Spouse

by eHow Contributor

It's a sad fact but today more and more marriages are ending in divorce. This can be due to problems at home or even financial issues. A growing percentage of these cases are becoming due to cheating and infidelity from one spouse or another.

If you can prove that your spouse was cheating and ultimately was guilty of infidelity then this will prove to be a good weapon in the divorce discussions. The first step is to sit down and figure out all the possible ways that you can prove or help to show how and when this all went down.

The number one way in our technologically advanced world to prove cheating and infidelity is by phone records. If you can prove that the individual had been frequently calling another person then this will help your case. This is something that you can actually bring into a courtroom as well.

If this isn't an option then perhaps checking the person's online browsing history could work. Check and see if they had visited any chatrooms or dating sites. More and more people are using social sites like MySpace and Facebook as engines to find sex partners. This is another good way to catch your spouse's cheating and infidelity.

If those options fail then you could always hire a private investigator to research the issue. These people are usually professionals for a reason and it's because they are good at way they do which is dig up dirt on people. If the person is indeed guilty of cheating and infidelity then these guys will find out.

Warning

  • There is a fine line between researching and illegally invading someone's privacy. Just remember the laws when you go about trying to prove actions.