White Collar Crime Defense
If you have been charged with mortgage fraud, the stakes are very high. You could be facing serious penalties, including large fines and significant prison time. Furthermore, with a criminal conviction on your record, you may find it hard to obtain employment or engage in future real estate transactions. Your professional reputation could also be permanently damaged.
There is hope. Attorney Joseph D. Rotella is a board-certified criminal trial attorney with significant experience defending the rights of individuals charged with mortgage fraud and other white collar crimes.
To discuss your case in a no-cost consultation, contact Joseph D. Rotella's law offices today at 973-621-0333. Mortgage Fraud
Mortgage fraud is a general term used to describe a variety of intentional actions designed to defraud a financial institution. Today's economy, coupled with the mortgage crisis of 2008, has caused the rates of mortgage fraud to increase greatly. As a result, state and federal government are cracking down on individuals charged with the following types of mortgage fraud:
- Price inflation / inflated value of home
- Home equity fraud
- Fraudulent documentation / false documents
- Appraiser / appraisal fraud
- Failure to disclose income
- Failure to disclose other financial information
- Identity theft / assuming another person's identity in selling a home
Attorney Rotella has successfully defended many individuals and parties involved in mortgage fraud transactions, including home buyers, home sellers, mortgage brokers, title companies and others. Experienced Attorney
With 33 years of criminal defense experience, Joseph Rotella knows what to expect from the prosecution in a fraud case. By applying his knowledge and skill, coupled with early involvement, he is often able to seek results for clients — whether that involves a reduction in charges or a dismissal.
Early involvement is critical. If you are under investigation for mortgage fraud, please contact a lawyer as soon as possible. Contact a Newark Law Firm
If you have been charged with mortgage fraud, your freedom and your reputation are at stake. To discuss your case in a free consultation, call 973-621-0333.