Q: i have a weird question
I have a verizon account and I am the account manager and I my boyfriend of five years is on the account, he is cheating and I need to prove it before I go crazy and leave as there are kids involved, but I can't read the content just the dates times and numbers, after research, it is a girls number and he has since password protected everything. It is like fort Knox. anyway, its a privacy thing, even though on my account and he wont download app from verizon because then I could read them, I didn't want to go lawyer route yet to get the text messages as I want to prove first and I don't have a lot of money, is there any other way to get those records with an attorney, is there court documents I can do myself or apply for or any other way than attorney fees we are not married so no divorce
A: Sorry to tell you that your problem is not a legal one. The best way to solve your problem is to get away from your boyfriend and stay away.
A: Your boyfriend's phone has been used to call someone and you want a court order with which to get the name of the person he called? No, it's unlikely you could get it, whether with or without an attorney. The problem is that the information is not pertinent to whatever sort of lawsuit you could file against him (child custody and support, basically).
I'm curious though: how do you know "it is a girls number"?
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