In Georgia, there has been a massive increase in mortgage fraud prosecutions. Fueled by the collapse of the real estate market and the shocking number of foreclosures, prosecutors are aggressively seeking criminal charges against those suspected of mortgage fraud. In addition to facing up to 30 years in prison, a person convicted of mortgage fraud can have their professional licenses revoked and experience grave difficulty finding a job.
Conaway & Strickler, P.C., knows exactly how damaging mortgage fraud charges can be to your professional life as well as your personal life. We offer our clients solid and experienced criminal defense against these charges, which include various types of mortgage fraud, such as:
- Flipping properties
- Equity skimming
- False down payments
- Double selling
- Fraud during foreclosure proceedings
Nationally recognized as one of America’s top criminal defense law firms, Conaway & Strickler, P.C., provides clients with expert defense against both state and federal mortgage fraud charges, including:
- Mortgage fraud
- Real estate fraud
- Appraiser fraud
- Lending or loan fraud
- Bank fraud
Atlanta Mortgage Fraud Attorneys
If you or a loved one is accused of mortgage fraud, then you know that these cases are quite complex. You need an attorney who is capable of doing considerable investigation, detailed review of documents, and also thorough analysis of any evidence possessed by the state or federal government.
The attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., defends clients using independent experts, including appraisers, forensic accountants and other specialists. We also have the necessary understanding of the complicated sentencing guidelines for federal charges. We are committed to protecting the rights, reputation and freedom of our clients. We urge you to consult with an experienced mortgage fraud attorney before speaking with state or federal agents, law enforcement officers and detectives. Contact the law office of Conaway & Strickler, P.C., for a free and confidential consultation of your case.