One very important, and often overlooked, consequence of a criminal conviction is the forfeiture of assets. A penalty for a criminal conviction is increasingly becoming the forfeiture of property, which includes a person’s money, car or even house.
Regardless of the criminal charge involved, our office can assist you with this harsh consequence. Even though the forfeiture issue is typically not addressed until after the criminal charges are resolved, it is imperative that you file a Motion for Return of Property as early in the process as possible to notify the court that you intend to fight for your property. We can help you file the motion and represent you at the hearing.
Having an experienced attorney assist you in fighting to keep your property is invaluable. Please call our office at 215-322-7340 to schedule a free consultation so that we can discuss how to best fight this battle.
Williams & Scheetz
935 Second Street Pike,
Richboro, PA 18954-1549
Phone: (215) 322-7340
Fax: (215) 322-0237
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