Bankruptcy Fraud

A Bankruptcy Fraud Attorney Right for You

If you have been accused of bankruptcy fraud, you should consider it an extremely serious offense. It is a federal offense, you can be sentenced to up to five years in prison, and fines up to $250,000.  For that reason, prosecutors always attempt to push for the maximum punishment permitted by law.

It is imperative that you swiftly seek legal guidance when facing these serious charges, as your freedom, career, and reputation are at stake. It is also vital that you choose a seasoned criminal defense attorney who is not only experienced and familiar with the federal court system, but in representing clients accused of bankruptcy fraud. The level of skill and experience of a lawyer does make a difference in the outcome you may expect.

Attorney Michael Marley, of Marley Law Firm, A.P.C., is aggressive in his stance to get you the results you need. Michael Marley is known for the aggressive, zealous representation of his clients at every stage of the case. For a free consultation, simply fill out a form on our Contact Page or call us at (949) 726-6000.

Bankruptcy Fraud Explained

There are several ways by which bankruptcy fraud may be committed, including:

  • The intentional filing of incomplete or false forms
  • Concealing assets
  • Filing multiple times
  • Using false information or using legitimate information from outside of the state of California
  • Bribing a court-appointed trustee
  • Petition mills
  • Destruction of documents 

We’ll Defend Your Reputation

An innocent mistake or error during the filing process for bankruptcy protection does not warrant bankruptcy fraud. For this reason, it is critical to consult with a qualified Orange County bankruptcy fraud lawyer, who will work aggressively to prove it was not your intent to commit fraud.

Like all criminal allegations, individuals charged with bankruptcy fraud are innocent until proven guilty; our mission is to protect your innocence and help you avoid damaging consequences.

Disclaimer: The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute an attorney-client relationship.

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