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It’s important to enter marriage fully aware of both the good and bad aspects of your partner’s life. Maybe there are questions you are afraid to ask or there are areas of uncertainty related to your partner’s finances, criminal history, or past relationships. You don’t want to walk in to your new life without getting answers. This is why many men and women are turning to Tampa private investigation companies to conduct background checks before saying “I do.”

From our experience offering private investigations in Tampa, there are many benefits of conducting an investigation before getting married.

Know What the Future Holds

Marriage is a big step, and in many ways, your partner’s past will become your future. Regardless of how big or how small an issue, you have a right to know how your partner’s past mistakes and missteps will impact the quality of your life.

Criminal History

In conducting a Tampa private investigation before marriage, one of the most important things to uncover is a previous criminal history. It’s normal for people to make mistakes. It is not normal, however, to hide this information from the person you plan on spending the rest of your life with. People can and do change, but certain crimes related to integrity and abuse could show signs of things to come. For example, imagine you discovered that your soon-to-be spouse has a history of domestic violence charges. Even if they have never been violent towards you, not divulging this information is a major warning sign.

Bad Finances

When it comes to debt, bankruptcy, and bad credit, your financial well being will be negatively affected by your partner’s. This can have negative implications on every aspect of your life, from taking out a loan to purchasing a new home. Your finances will become one with your partner’s from the minute you walk down the aisle, so conducting a financial background check can be very beneficial to your personal well being.

To schedule a consultation with a an investigator from Darwin Securities, please call us today at (813) 468-3504 or submit our consultation request form.