It may seem like a huge ethical or moral dilemma, you don’t want to come off as a stalker or that you have unresolved issues from a former relationship, but you have children with your ex and she’s moved on to someone new. You’re fine and cool with that thought, but sometimes people think with their hearts instead of their heads and commonsense gets lost somewhere along the way.
If you have children, you have a right to know that they aren’t spending time in the presence of a predator or sex offender. If your ex’s new boyfriend has a history of drunk driving or arrests for drugs – again you absolutely have a right to know.
Do a simple background check. It’s fast and the results will be delivered directly to your computer screen. Best of all, it’s very discreet and neither your ex nor her boyfriend will know that you’ve done a background check. If you’re not sure which State he is from, simply order a nationwide background check and cover all your bases at once.
You have a right to know the people your children are being exposed to. Do a quick background check and learn the truth about anyone, starting now.