litigation support

To make a legal case and win it, you need facts to support your suspicions. Our team provides deep investigation into the situation, as well as independent confirmation and analysis of events, relationships and financial activity. Results that make the difference.

Our services include:

  • Providing confidential, hard-to-get information
  • Conducting complex domestic and international investigations
  • Locating witnesses and securing their cooperation
  • Gathering facts before trial
  • Recovering assets after trial
Case Files

Documented Extensive Criminal History of International Scamster

The man we investigated was a business partner and accomplice to one of the world’s most notorious, a man known as “goldfinger” and dubbed by the BBC as “The Wealthiest Criminal in the UK.” In an extremely complex case going back to the 1960s, we traced this man’s extraordinary criminal background in numerous countries, involving money laundering, gold smuggling, Ponzi schemes, theft and fraud. Our work supported a case against this individual, who had testified that he had “no criminal history.”

Unraveled the Complex
Hidden Holdings
—and Fraud—
of a Divorcing Husband

In a highly contentious divorce case, the wife feared that her husband was hiding assets. We discovered hotels, shopping centers, real estate developments and other significant holdings that she was unaware of. We also discovered that his two partners were serving jail time for mortgage fraud, and that most of the husband’s substantial assets had been purchased with funds from the same fraudulent sources.

Discovered More About the Dead-Beat Dad Than He Would Have Liked

The father of an 18-month-old girl claimed that he couldn’t pay child support because he only earned $1,200 a month as an investment banker–a statement that was not credible. He also said he was repaying loans for M.D. and MBA degrees, as well as a master’s degree in public health. Working for the child’s mother, we were able to confirm that the student loan documentation and tax returns he had submitted to the court were bogus. More unsettling, we discovered that the child was visiting her father in the grandmother’s home, where Uncle Billy, a convicted sex offender, was living.