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“Our client’s husband was concealing his assets under fictitious business names and shell corporations.  The Dillon Agency was able to identify those businesses and locate the money.  This is why we only use The Dillon Agency.”

-Jake K.





Below are a few of the many examples of how The Dillon Agency has helped our clients with their investigative needs. The names of our clients have been omitted to protect their privacy.

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Case #3 - Divorce and Child Custody Investigation

Our client was served divorce papers by his wife who claimed he was abusive and used illegal drugs. She was asking the court to order our client to move out of their house, have restraining orders issued against him, pay a large amount of child support, and be on monitored visitation if he wanted to see their two school-aged children.

Since all of his wife’s claims were false, our client was hurt and surprised when he read the court pleadings. He decided to turn to The Dillon Agency for help. Per our recommendation he retained an attorney who we were able to work closely with.

We began our investigation by conducting an extensive background check on our client’s wife. Our experienced background investigators learned she was embezzling thousands of dollars from her employer through false payroll deposits.

Surveillance was also conducted on her. Within six hours, our sub-rosa (undercover surveillance) investigators obtained video evidence of our client’s wife drinking alcohol, using illegal drugs, providing alcohol and drugs to a minor, and engaging in sexual acts with an unknown male and the minor.

The End Result

As a result of the investigation conducted by The Dillon Agency our client was able to turn the tables on his wife’s claims. The court denied her requests. No restraining orders were issued against our client; he was not removed from the family home; he was not placed on monitored visitation. Instead, the court placed her on monitored visitation and ordered her to go through a psychological evaluation (730 evaluation) “until such time she could no longer be deemed a danger to herself and the minor children.” The court called her drug and sexual acts with the minor “criminal” and ordered the video taped evidence to be turned over to the Orange County District Attorney’s office and to the Cypress police for criminal prosecution.