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Fraud / Embezzlement Lawyer Encino

Finding a qualified fraud or embezzlement attorney is crucial in winning a criminal court case. That is why Alan Kessler, A Law Corporation is your best choice for representation. We have handled hundreds of cases over the past 30 years and have always provided superior representation to each and every one of our clients.

Fraud and embezzlement charges are very serious and can come with some severe consequences if found guilty. This is not something you want left to chance. You need the very best legal representation possible and that is just what Alan Kessler, A Law Corporation will provide.

What is Fraud and Embezzlement?

Many people have heard of these terms, especially in the news, but few really understand what these terms mean. If you have been charged with fraud or embezzlement it is even more critical that you understand your charges so that you can participate in your case to the fullest extent possible.

  • Fraud This is an intentional deception made for personal gain, or to damage another individual.
  • Embezzlement - This is the financial form of fraud. When a person has been trusted to keep another person’s assets secure, but they withhold the assets for the purpose of theft, then it is considered embezzlement.

In most embezzlement cases, it is premeditated and done with purpose. When the assets have purposely been withheld, and claimed by a person without stake in the assets, this is when it is considered fraudulent embezzlement.

Both fraud and embezzlement are serious crimes and can lead to imprisonment if the individual being charged with these crimes is convicted.

Types of Embezzlement

There are a few different types of embezzlement. They are as follows:

  • Fraudulent (most common)
  • Property
  • Conversion
  • Lawful possession

When to Hire a Fraud and Embezzlement Attorney

If you or someone you love has been charged with fraud and/or embezzlement the first step is to hire a knowledgeable attorney who specializes in this area. Embezzlement is a serious charge and you do not want to mess around with someone who does not know what they are doing.

Hiring a highly qualified and knowledgeable fraud and embezzlement attorney is the best chance you have at winning your case or avoiding jail time. Most of the cases that result in convictions include the following:

  • Fines
  • Imprisonment
  • Probation
  • Restitution
  • Community service

What to Do After You Hire Your Experienced Fraud and Embezzlement Attorney?

It is critical that you provide the attorney with complete and accurate information as this will be essential for winning the case. The attorney will gather all of your information during a period of discovery and will determine the recommended path for your case. A qualified attorney will be your best option if you case ends up going to trial as well.

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