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Shortly after attorneys are retained and spouses are served, most people quickly surmise they are swimming in the quicksand of the family law court system. Many feel violated and abused, like victims of an unfair and uncaring court system.
Incompetent attorneys, outrageous fees, callous and going-through-the-motions judges, knucklehead forensic accounts, amateurish 730 evaluators and incompetent private investigators often seem to dominate the process.
Among the hundreds of criminal attorneys practicing law in Orange County, I wouldn’t hire most of them to fix a parking ticket.
I would know, since I’ve worked with many of them (on both sides of the aisle) over the last 50 years as both a federal agent and a private investigator in Orange County.
There are actually only five that I would recommend, and if you don’t have one of them, I’d say you have little to no chance of success.
Financial ignorance is when a partner knows nothing about the financial affairs of their own home. During a divorce, it can cost women everything.
A case in which the Sierra Club used hidden surveillance cameras to (allegedly) capture time-lapse video of LG&E dumping toxic coal-ash into the Ohio River.
What interrogation is, what it isn’t, what is involved, and how private investigators use in the private, corporate world and with attorneys.
There’s a lot of advice out there about what you should do when you’re preparing for divorce. This post talks about what NOT to do when getting a divorce.
In the case of a celebrity divorce, when two famous and powerful people in Hollywood go to war in court, each side has the money to hire multiple attorneys, private investigators, forensic accountants, and other experts.
A few years ago, Martin Investigative Services was retained by a celebrity in this situation. When our client disregarded our specific advice, it ended up costing him multiple millions of dollars more in his divorce settlement.
An asset search from a defendant who didn’t want to pay his judgment in a case turned up an account with over a million dollars in it, which was awarded.
In a trial, an expert witness with court experience can make your case. In this video, a former Federal agent discusses a case where the defense was crushed.