The specialist Fraud Solicitor at Stuart Miller Solicitors are experts in advising individuals and businesses on Pre-Charge and Post-Charge Restraint Orders.
We understand the catastrophic effects of Restraint Orders on businesses, individuals and their families. Our fraud Lawyers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; ready to deal with urgent requests for advice and representation.
As well as helping you understand the full implications of a Restraint Order, Stuart Miller Solicitors' Fraud Lawyers will provide commercial knowledge and robust legal support at every step of the way. We will advise you on the legality of a Restraint Order, what your obligations are under the order and represent you to either vary or discharge the order.
Whilst a Restraint or Freezing Order generally allows reasonable living expenses and makes provisions for the running of a business or trade; if the allowance is insufficient for you and your family’s basic needs, we will renegotiate with the court and prosecuting authorities for an allowance increase. If such an increase cannot be agreed, we will fight fearlessly to protect your interests and those of other family members who may be effected by the order.
We have successfully applied to vary or discharge Restraint Orders, helping you to lead as normal a life as possible during the life of a restraint order whilst you may at the same time be under criminal investigation or prosecution.
Stuart Miller Solicitors also regularly advise and assist third parties who are affected by the imposition of a Restraint Order. We can advise individuals, families, friends and businesses affected by Restraint or Asset Freezing Orders, on how to protect their financial interest in assets that may have been frozen.
We understand that being the subject of an investigation is a stressful time for our clients and choosing the right Lawyer is of paramount importance. We therefore offer free, no obligation consultations to discuss your case and provide preliminary advice. Please contact us and ask to speak to a Lawyer in the Fraud team.