Rob Artus provides an overview of when to consider hiring a private investigator pre- and post-divorce, considerations in selecting a PI and how to ensure the evidence obtained is privileged and admissible in court.
Rob is a specialist in divorce investigations and for over 20 years has personally conducted thousands of family and divorce investigations, background checks, asset searches and fraud investigations. Rob is one of the leading private investigators in the Northeast and is the Founder and CEO of Artus Group, Inc., Connecticut’s largest private investigations agency.
“We’ve developed a terrific reputation over 20 years because we understand the process of how to run an effective high-level family investigation. Whether it’s a complicated custody case, a suspected affair, a deep background check, proving cohabitation, a complex asset search, covert camera installation or computer forensic analysis, we have the knowhow, the expert resources, the patience and the diligence to help you,” says Rob, who has assembled a solid Connecticut team and has developed a pool of top-notch investigative resources around the globe. “There’s a reason our clients keep coming back and hopefully we’ll get an opportunity to show you why. And if not, I’ll be happy to point you in the right direction”, he adds.
Educated in London, England, Rob has enjoyed a long affiliation with the Life Solutions Center of Darien. He is a former board member of the Connecticut Association of Licensed Private Investigators, he co-founded the Connecticut Investigator’s Forum in 2016, and is an active member of various national and international investigative groups.
Rob is the author of www.ConnecticutPIblog.com and has been quoted as an investigative expert in various Connecticut newspapers, law publications and periodicals. He has testified in court and provided depositions related to his work on numerous occasions.
Through the process of our own divorces, Barb Hazelton and Jo Briggs learned more than they ever needed or wanted to know. Through their friendship, shared experiences, and connections through navigating their own divorces, they created this video series. They've been where you are and they hope Single Process can make it easier for you by connecting you to their resources.