I am currently getting divorce. The papers were filed in December. Today it was brought to my attention that a car has been following me. I didn't know who it was so I called the policy. The police told me that it was a private investigator. Why would he hire an investigator to follow me when Florida is a no fault state? What's the angle?
Without knowing a LOT more about your situation, one can only guess. While FL is a no fault state, if you were dissipating marital funds on an affair, for example, that might be something he's looking for. If he's battling over kids, it could be to show you're not taking care of the kids. It could be anything. Only you and he really know for sure what he might be hoping to find.
This response is for general purposes only and does not establish an attorney-client relationship. You should contact an attorney to fully discuss your issues.
He could be interested in who you are associating with and/or what you are spending money on. In some cases that information is valuable but in some it is not. What it does tell me is that he is taking this case very seriously, so should you. Hire a lawyer soon.
Ms. Drakes answer is the only explanation that makes sense from a legal standpoint, but it is also possible that he just wants to know if you are having an affair based upon a husbands curiosity.
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