Falsifying mortgage documents, loan documents and other materials involving a home or commercial mortgage are all examples of mortgage fraud.
At the Law Offices of Alan H. Yamamoto, I represent people who have been charged with criminal offenses in Alexandria and throughout Virginia and the D.C. Metro area. I have over 40 years of legal experience and expertise. Within the nearly 30 years of private practice, I have dedicated my practice to Federal criminal defense law and honed the skills and knowledge necessary to achieve a successful outcome for you.
I have achieved an AV Preeminent* peer-review rating through Martindale-Hubbell. This is the highest rating for ethical standards and legal abilities. Not all attorneys receive a distinction of this caliber, and even fewer receive the highest level of recognition of AV Preeminent. I am proud to say that I have received and continue to maintain this level of recognition.
Experienced Mortgage Fraud Defense Attorney
Mortgage fraud charges are often related to bank fraud, money laundering, wire fraud and other types of white collar offenses. In fact, individuals facing mortgage fraud can face multiple Federal offenses.
I am an experienced Alexandria mortgage fraud lawyer who handles cases involving:
- Fraudulent documents
- Forging signatures on loan documents
- Identity theft
- Forging income
- Disclosure failure
Those who are convicted of mortgage fraud and financial crimes can face prison sentences and significant fines. When I represent you, you can be certain that your best interests will be protected and that I will work diligently to achieve a favorable outcome for your case.
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Each individual situation is different and you deserve the best possible legal representation. I can provide you with the specific skills, knowledge and expertise that you need. To schedule a meeting to discuss your legal challenges and concerns, please contact me at 703-278-2072 or complete a short online contact form.
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