DivorceSadly, our society is far too familiar with the end of marriages. Divorce rates in this country tell us that more than half of all unions will result in divorce. No matter how unhappy they might be spouses often suffer as they struggle to disengage. Their families, too, experience emotional pain and loss when a couple calls it quits.

Some spouses, however, are so committed to saving a rocky commitment that they will try every avenue before they finally give up. Very often, marital infidelity is that last straw for knowing when to throw in the towel.

Our team at International Investigators provides clients with the highest level of confidentiality and sensitivity. When we are hired to prove their instincts about a cheating spouse wrong or right, we understand that it is a highly emotional time. But we occasionally see clients who are concerned about a lot more than whether their spouse is having an extramarital affair.

For example, some people intentionally marry to legally access another person's finances. This scenario can occur with either gender but seems to be more prevalent in victimizing women. In some cases, the predator has a history of targeting lonely, wealthy woman. Sometimes he has illegally married, which adds polygamy to the mix.

We all understand that it's devastating to be wronged by someone you trust. But to be duped by them too, and left penniless, well that turns into another issue all together. Assets in divorce are usually questioned and many attorneys request an asset investigation. A hidden asset investigator looks for hidden money, hidden bank accounts, overseas accounts and conducts a wide search for assets in general.

While International Investigators are not law enforcement officials, we do work very closely with police. We do the investigations, especially the in depth investigating that many legal authorities do not have the time or manpower to do. They require evidence of a crime having been committed before intervening. So attorneys and private citizens ask us to find the evidence of the truth. That way they can make the best decisions about how to proceed.

For our clients, we may conduct physical and electronic surveillance, in an effort to secure photographs and video for court evidence. To locate missing suspects, we may devote hours and hours to social media engineering.  With marital devices, we often conduct digital forensics and a computer forensics investigation to track a person across the globe or for forensic data recovery.

We refer to ourselves as International Investigators because when we pursue the truth and gather facts and information for our clients, we have no state or country boundaries.

-T. Wilcox, CEO, International Investigators

-B. McGinley, Director of Operations, International Investigators