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Forfeiture Defined

A person’s property, whether it be real estate [a home] or personal property [money or other personal belongings] can be subject to being forfeited to the government after a person is convicted of a crime.

Many times, law enforcement seeks to seize and confiscate currency [money] from individuals on a claim that the currency is the proceeds of illegal activity or money laundering. You, or someone you know, may not even be arrested, but the currency is seized and the government may seek to confiscate that currency through forfeiture.

Our Legal Assistance

The forfeiture attorneys at our firm are experienced and familiar with both Federal and State claims of forfeiture. They have successfully fought cases involving millions of dollars up and down all the coastlines and borders of the United States, as well as within the States.

Our firm can challenge the circumstances by which your property was seized and obtain a more favorable outcome for you. We may even be able to have your property returned to you.

Additional Information

The initial stages of a forfeiture investigation are extremely important. Experienced attorneys know how to navigate through the process.

No one in whose property is subject to forfeiture must answer questions, speak, sign or initial anything. If you are facing possible forfeiture, you must seek experienced and knowledgeable counsel. Contact our team today for help. Don't let the government keep what is yours.
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