Facing Asset Forfeiture
After facing criminal charges, a defendant may also be facing asset forfeiture to compensate for illegal monetary gain. Have your assets or property been seized in Texas? Contact our office today to consult with an experienced San Antonio asset forfeiture lawyer.
Facing Asset Forfeiture | What to Know
Federal and state asset forfeiture statutes allow the federal government to seize property that was either used to commit a crime or if it was gained from the criminal activity. Some prosecutors use forfeiture laws in drug trafficking, fraud cases, or as a bargaining chip in negotiations. Our attorneys are experienced in helping our clients explore their options and defend their rights in asset forfeiture cases. The government can seize assets even before the underlying criminal case is resolved. To protect your rights and prevent the forfeiture of your property, contact us as soon as possible.
Facing Asset Forfeiture | Protecting Valuable Assets
We are experienced in protecting the assets of our clients, including:
- Motor vehicles: boats, cars,
- Expensive jewelry
- Real estate
- Valuable collections or antiques
- Securities and investments
Often times, asset seizure will become an issue in suspected money laundering and drug trafficking cases. The government is often looking to assert that the source of a person’s income is from illegitimate or illegal means. Our attorneys will help you collect and prepare a paper trail in an attempt to prove the legitimate source of your assets and prevent forfeiture. For more information about your rights regarding asset forfeiture, please contact us as soon as possible.
Facing Asset Forfeiture | Contact Our Office
Contact Rush & Gransee, L.C., today for a free initial consultation or case evaluation with an experienced San Antonio asset forfeiture lawyer. We are experienced in preventing property seizure through government forfeiture actions.