Couple before a divorce or legal issues such as custody

Polygraph Test: Divorce Custody Legal

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Couple before a divorce or legal issues such as custody

 Do you suspect your loved one or spouse of infidelity?


Have they been acting suspiciously?


 Being secretive?


Have them take a polygraph test.


With over 700,000 people getting a divorce every single year according to the CDC.It’s no wonder why we have so many custody and legal issues.


Or the divorces, 20 to 40%  are caused by infidelity. 2 If your relationship is headed for a divorce due to infidelity and you want closure, perhaps a polygraph is the way to go. Or if saving the marriage is the ultimate goal and finding out the truth is crucial to that process, then perhaps a polygraph is the way.


It’s cheaper than the cost of a divorce, alimony, attorney fees, and child support. Not to mention your reputation. Collectively, that could cost tens of thousands of dollars.


Taking a polygraph test can be faster and cheaper than hiring a private investigator.


Polygraph Testing 

Wired magazine estimated 2.5 million polygraph tests are taken every single year in the U.S. alone. 3


In our opinion, you want the one with the highest qualifications, best reputation, and most experience. Polygraph tests are even used by government agencies.


The polygraph examiner will ask your partner a wide range of questions on whether or not he or she has ever been unfaithful, or doing something similar behind your back.


Having them take a polygraph test can help you find out the truth, to either help save your marriage or relationship, or know once and for all to end it and move on.


According to a licensed polygraph examiner, you can even ask your own questions or provide a list of questions to be answered.

Child Custody

 Every year, millions of adults and children go through child custody disputes.


From personal experience, they can go from 0 to 100 in a hurry! Especially if it’s a high conflict custody case. During these high conflict custody cases,  allegations of abuse are often used as a tool against one of the parents in an attempt to gain an advantage in court.


Allegations of abuse are extremely serious. The severity of the allegations will determine the level of caution and steps taken. 


However, if you are innocent, and want to prove your innocence.


Taking a polygraph test may be one of the best options in the process of clearing your name.


Always consult with an attorney first.


If you didn’t do anything, then you shouldn’t be afraid to take one. While the results may or may not be admissible in court. Your attorney can have the polygraph examiner testify as an expert witness.


 There is a reason why police departments and other federal agencies use polygraph tests.


If you are ever alleged of child abuse, one of the best ways to prove your innocence ( in our opinion) is to voluntarily take a polygraph test.


Depending on the nature of the allegation, this could mean not ever seeing your child(ren) again and/or going to jail or prison for a very long time.

Seek Legal advice

 Speak with an attorney about your own unique situation and determine what is the best plan of action for you.


They may even advise you to take other evaluations that are available and admissible in court in addition to taking a polygraph test.


Your children and freedom are important.


Even if you didn’t do anything, you’re still going to have to fight to clear your name. Taking a polygraph test may just be the answer you were looking for.

Polygraph History

Being accused of a crime is serious business.


There are people who are innocent, falsely accused and incarcerated. Resulting in the loss of years of freedom.


Some are fortunate enough to have their names but not without the damage already done. Speak with an attorney and seek legal advice to see if a polygraph test may be in your best interest.


 There are reasons agencies such as the FBI, CIA, U.S. military, and other government agencies utilize these test.


In 1921, while a medical student at the University of California Berkley, John Augustus Larson invented the polygraph machine. This device was eventually purchased by the F.B.I. and is now what we now know as the modern polygraph machine. 


 Polygraph tests are widely used in various professions such as workers in public services, such as paramedics, firefighters, and police.


Organizations such as the LAPD and the Virginia State Police have used polygraph tests for pre-employment screening and interrogating suspects.


Mr. David Goldberg, of Executive Protection Group, has appeared in the 4th District United States Federal Court to testify on the topic of Polygraph Detection of Deception.


Goldberg has played an active role in the release of a wrongly convicted individual, as well as, in 2018 while working with the ACLU in an individual being commuted from death row to life in prison. 


Experience Matters

 When looking for a professional polygraph examiner.


Look for someone with a lot of experience. It’s important to hire a professional, board certified, licensed, and an expert in the field.


The best polygraph examiner we could find and recommend is David Goldberg of Executive Protective Group. Mr. Goldberg has over 30 years of experience in the criminal justice field and has conducted over 10,000  polygraph examinations.


Mr. Goldberg has been certified as an expert in the General District Courts and Circuit Courts of Virginia on the topics of Detection of Deception, Sexual Abuse and on Counterfeit US Currency.


All of his credentials are literally too extensive to post in this article, but you can find them here.  Mr. Goldberg conducts polygraph examinations in the U.S., as well as, overseas; therefore he is a solid option. 


 Executive Protection Group is a company that offers a wide range of legal and other services. From bodybuilding, sporting event integrity issues, immigration, hidden recording devices, personal protection services, pre-employment screening, and wrongful termination lawsuits.


For a full list of services please visit and contact David Goldberg of Executive Protection Group for more details.


1: Center for Disease and Control 

2: American Psychological  Association

3: Wired Magazine

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