Mortgage fraud issues regarding home purchases in Florida

On Behalf of | Sep 22, 2016 | Mortgage Fraud

It is unlawful to misrepresent or omit necessary information on an application for a mortgage loan in Florida or elsewhere in the United States. Mortgage fraud often includes money laundering issues, matters concerning electronic bank transfers or postal transactions. Being charged with such crimes is a serious matter that may land someone behind bars if a conviction is handed down in court.

Any person accused of a crime is able to fight against any and all charges by preparing as strong a defense as possible. In past situations, there have often been logical explanations regarding apparent misinformation on loan applications. An experienced defense attorney would be able to investigate the details of a particular situation to help a defendant identify any issues that may increase the chances of a positive outcome in court.

Attorney Frank A. Rubino, Esq., has represented clients throughout the state and nation, successfully defending many against various types of fraud charges. Depending on a particular situation, avoiding conviction may hinge upon skilled and aggressive representation in court. It is often in a defendant’s best interests to retain assistance from an attorney who has successfully handled a variety of cases at both the state and federal levels.

Whether your problem regarding mortgage fraud in Florida involves other parties, such as a loan officer, banker or appraiser, you may be able to minimize the potential negative effects of the situation by acting alongside experienced defense assistance. Frank A. Rubino, Esq., has more than three decades of experience that allows him to customize the service he provides for clients facing any type of mortgage fraud or other white collar crime charges. If you would like to discuss a particular issue, you may call his office to schedule a consultation.

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