Miami Federal Criminal Lawyer

Florida Bankruptcy Fraud Attorney

Bankruptcy fraud happens when a persons who cannot pay his debts is required to pay off his creditors with assets in exchange for currency. Hiding any such assets from creditors when a person owes a debt is considered bankruptcy fraud and is punishable by law. Bankruptcy fraud can be committed by individuals and also corporations. Anyone that is in debt and hides assets from their creditor after filing for bankruptcy is in breach of bankruptcy laws and can be charged or investigated for bankruptcy fraud.

Bankruptcy fraud is a serious crime and requires the help of a trained federal criminal attorney that is experienced in handling bankruptcy fraud cases. At the Law Offices of Miami Federal Criminal Attorney we defend victims who have been charged with bankruptcy fraud and other types of federal or white collar crimes.

Bankruptcy fraud has been steadily increasing since 2003 in cases where people have filed bankruptcy. Estimates show that around 10 percent of all bankruptcy cases have some sort of bankruptcy fraud.

Bankruptcy Fraud Penalties

If convicted of bankruptcy fraud you may face up to 5 years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines. Defrauding a creditor after you have already filed for bankruptcy is a serious offense and is prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

If you have been charged with bankruptcy fraud or are under investigations you will need an aggressive and effective federal criminal lawyer to protect your rights and hopefully your freedom. Contact The Law Offices of Miami Federal Criminal Attorney for a FREE initial consultation with a Miami federal criminal attorney.