If you are in a committed relationship but the person you are with is not you will need to protect yourself. While the first reaction is to get angry and confront them you will need to assess your situation and determine whether that is the best course of action to take. If you have children or amassed a considerable amount of wealth then you will need to build a case against your spouse. If you live in an area where there is “no fault” divorce then you can pull the plug on the relationship relatively quickly but in either case it helps to gather evidence. One of the best tools you can use is applications like snaphack which is used to infiltrated your spouse’s smartphone covertly and leave no trail.
Speaking with a Divorce Lawyer
While using the software to gather intelligence about what your spouse is doing behind your back you should take an afternoon off work and go speak with a qualified divorce lawyer. The lawyer is going to explain the divorce process and custody arrangements if there is any children. The information you gather using the spy software would not be useful in a criminal case but the burden of proof in divorce proceedings is very different. If you can establish that your spouse was unfaithful then that will indicate that it was her that caused the marriage to breakdown and you should receive the lion share of the divorce settlement. The lawyer is the only one who can advise you on the steps that need to be taken and you will have peace of mind knowing what to expect on a going forward basis.
Additional Steps to Take When Monitoring Your Spouse
You want to gather as much intelligence on your spouse as possible so using Snaphack is a great starting point but there are additional things you can do. Go to your spouse’s social media page and copy the profile image then perform a search on Google. This “image search” may reveal dating accounts your spouse has created without your knowledge. If the account comes up with search results you can rest assured that the cheating has been happening for a considerable amount of time.
Protecting Yourself from Future Issues
It would be prudent to go for a full checkup including STI/STD screening. While you have been faithful in the relationship your spouse has not. There is a risk you could have been exposed to a variety of illnesses that could jeopardize your health moving forward. If the results come back positive for conditions like HIV you may be able to seek out damages as your spouse has essentially infected you with a life altering disease. Even if the tests come back negative you should avoid having intimate relations with your spouse moving forward. You cannot trust them so it is best to limit your exposure while in the process of filing for divorce. While this experience may be unpleasant you will come out the other side a stronger person.