Mortgage Fraud

Stuart Miller Solicitors have successfully represented solicitors, accountants, estate agents, mortgage brokers, bank officials and individuals for mortgage fraud cases since 1984.

Mortgage Fraud investigations can involve the misleading or exaggerated provision of information to the lender, or completely fraudulent and fictitious applications for loans. Either way, the implications are severe, especially since the inception of the Proceeds of Crime Act which allows the Court to restrain all your assets, limit access to your own money and then order the Confiscation of often more money than you may have benefited by.

Our Mortgage Fraud Lawyers have substantial experience of Mortgage Fraud cases and understand how the economic climate has caused the banks and prosecuting authorities to look at some applications with a fine tooth comb.

We will defend your case with the determination to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family. We have strong relationships with nationally recognised financial investigators and accountants, who can be instructed to provide assistance in your case.

We have expert Solicitors and Barristers recognised across the country for their tenacious approach to Mortgage Fraud cases and ability to scrutinise evidence and identify significant disclosure which may hold the key to your success.

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 offer a dedicated Solicitor, Barrister and Caseworker to each Mortgage Fraud case, which will ensure an outstanding level of client service throughout.

Our objective is to protect your best interests and achieve the best possible outcome. We believe that early action in any case is pivotal to increasing the chances of success. In such complex and intimidating investigations or prosecutions, you will require skilful advice at every juncture. We will offer you a free consultation for you to discuss your case with us. We can act for you at the police station for free and thereafter, we can help assess your financial eligibility for legal aid. We believe, no matter what your financial position, if you are prosecuted by the State, you must also be defended with funds by the State. Please contact the Serious Fraud team to arrange your meeting, whether face to face, online or by telephone.