Fraud and Financial Crime
The introduction of the Fraud Act 2006 has made it easier to prosecute fraudulent conduct. Therefore, the need for legal experts with experience of such cases has never been greater.
As a result, the Serious Fraud Office and the Crown Prosecution Service routinely prosecute using the Fraud Act, with the alleged fraud occurring in many different sectors and scenarios.
Fraud often occurs in relation to mortgages, insurance, VAT or investments and given the technological age that we live in, computers and the internet are often involved.
Fraud investigations can be worrying and stressful. Therefore, we ensure you are kept fully informed of all developments to help alleviate your concerns.
Allegations of fraud are serious and can be damaging to an individual. Therefore it is essential that once a situation becomes apparent, you seek legal advice as soon as possible.
If you have been accused of fraud and would like to discuss your situation and obtain legal advice, please contact our legal experts to arrange a reduced fee initial meeting.