Is My Spouse Cheating Or Am I Just Being Paranoid?
Most of our cases revolve around infidelity and divorce. It's estimated that between 80-90% of men admit that they
would cheat if they thought their spouse wouldn't find out. 60-70% of women admit to the same. Here's a checklist
that many potential clients find helpful.
Statistics say that 85% of women who feel their lover is cheating are correct and 50% of men who feel their lover is
cheating are correct. If you have suspicions, consider some of the following and be as impartial as possible.
A change in sexual appetite (decreased interest or increased interest)
Increased time spent away from home
A sudden interest in trying new things in bed or unusual requests
Cheating spouse is often distracted and day dreaming
Cheating husband or wife is often “unavailable” while at work
Cheating spouse attends new functions outside of work
Spouse suggests that the two of you take separate vacations
You notice an increase in overnight business travel
Spouse seems to be picking a fight and then storms out
Unexplained coldness or agitation with you
Your friends and associates mention seeing your spouse out with someone
Hang-up calls received at your home
Spouse suddenly takes up a new hobby/interest and it doesn't include you.
Spouse says they want more time alone, need more freedom, etc.
Cell phone calls from you are not returned in timely fashion
Spouse leaves house or goes to other rooms to talk on the telephone
Spouse uses computer alone and secretly
Cheating spouse asks about your schedule more often than usual
Mileage on car is high yet he / she reports only short distance errands
Or vice-versa, the mileage is very low after they claim to have traveled all day
Clothes smell of perfume or cologne
Spouse begins taking more care with their grooming and personal hygiene
Spouse begins working out and dieting
They begin locking their vehicle, glove box, etc.
Excessive new clothes purchases
Spouse gets odd "gifts" from friends
They start hiding their cell phone or keeping it with them at all times
Cheating spouse gets his / her laundry done independently
Unexplained stains on clothing, especially undergarments
Unexplained payments on bank statements
Cheating spouse has more cash on hand without accountability
Cell phone bills contain calls with long duration
Cancelling the detailed billing for cellular accounts
Cheating spouse now has a phone card but never used one before
You find that they have a second cell phone that you knew nothing about
Cheating wife or husband has unexplained receipts in wallet or purse
Cheating spouse has suspicious phone voice-mail messages
Cheating spouse has suspicious cell phone numbers stored or dialed
Spouse begins erasing all incoming and outgoing calls on their cell phone
Internet web browser history list contains unusual sites
Cheating spouse begins to use new or free e-mail account
Cheating spouse is suddenly deleting e-mail messages
Spouse gets hostile or resentful if you ask where they've been
Spouse's co-workers seem uncomfortable in your presence
They begin listening to a new type of music, changing drinking preferences, etc
You find condoms or birth control pills and they aren't used in your relationship
The overtime that they claim to have worked doesn't match the paycheck
Unexplained credit card expenses
Spouse used to talk about a certain co-worker or friend and then abruptly stops mentioning them altogether.
Spouse mentions that the above person is going through a divorce right now or their spouse mistreats them, etc.
Now we all change our habits from time to time and two or three of these are usually nothing to worry
about. If several of these apply then you might want to take a closer look at what's going on.
Contact us for a free consultation to discuss your case. When you need answers turn to us.