Federal Mortgage Fraud

The recent real estate and mortgage loan disaster that has rocked the nation to its core has brought the perception of mortgage fraud to a different level than many other white collar crimes. The devastation it has caused is felt in every community, including Atlanta. If you have been accused of mortgage fraud, you risk having your reputation ruined and your livelihood destroyed, as well as facing up to 30 years in prison, restitution, and a fine of up to $1 million.

To fight Georgia mortgage fraud charges, you need an attorney who understands the many types of mortgage fraud and the intricacies of defending these complicated cases. Newsweek calls Conaway & Strickler, P.C., "one of America's best criminal defense firms." Let us put our more than 20 years of criminal law experience to work defending you against these serious charges.

Atlanta Mortgage Fraud Attorneys

Most mortgage fraud cases revolve around false information provided to obtain a mortgage on a property usually resulting in the foreclosure of the property when no payments are made on the loan. However, you can be charged with mortgage fraud even if every payment has been made on the mortgage. There can be many different participants in a mortgage fraud scheme, including the buyer, seller, real estate agent, loan officer, appraiser and closing attorney.

Some participants do not even realize they are part of an illegal mortgage fraud scheme. If you have been accused of mortgage fraud in Georgia, the attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., have the experience and resources necessary to defend against these complex charges. The evidence in a mortgage fraud case typically includes a vast number of documents such as bank statements, mortgage applications, closing paperwork and other materials. Our attorneys and investigators know what to look for in these materials to provide an effective defense against mortgage fraud charges. Call today to discuss your case and how we can help. All consultations are strictly confidential.