Mortgage Fraud | Corporate & Individual Cases | Irwin Mitchell

In recent years, investigating prosecuting authorities, including the FCA, SFO and the City of London Police, have shifted their mortgage fraud investigations into a higher gear. There are a range of penalties for mortgage fraud, from fines and regulatory sanctions through to criminal charges against borrowers, brokers, surveyors and legal advisors.

Whatever the circumstances of your mortgage fraud case, you can rely on Irwin Mitchell to provide you with the legal support and guidance you need to navigate your case with confidence.

What Irwin Mitchell Can Do For You

Our Regulatory and Criminal Investigations Group provide clear guidance and thorough legal support for both corporate and individual clients. Over the years, we have built up experience in both regulatory and criminal investigations and have worked on cases involving individual mortgage applications, mortgage brokers under FCA investigation, property investors and developers and large scale criminal investigations involving multiple properties. Whatever the nature of your case, you can be sure that we have the expertise and experience to provide you with effective and efficient legal representation every step of the way.

Irwin Mitchell has offices across the country so that you can gain easy access to the legal advice and assistance you need, wherever you are in England or Wales.

How We Work On Mortgage Fraud Cases

We pride ourselves on our commitment to clear communication. This keeping you fully informed of how your case is going in simple terms. We understand how important it is that you understand what is happening and we believe that by offering our expert assistance, based on years of experience, we provide a service that allows us to work with you to protect your best interests.

We can work closely with our civil litigation team if civil claims are being made alongside criminal charges.

We usually work on a privately funded basis, however in certain circumstances you may be eligible for legal aid and therefore not have to pay any fees yourself.

We will advise you of all the funding options open to you and at all times we will keep you updated on fees and provide estimates for how much our work will cost.

Contact Us For Free Advice On Any Aspect Of Mortgage Fraud

Our mortgage fraud experts can offer you a free initial discussion about your case and there is no commitment to use us at this point. Call Sarah Wallace on 020 7421 3876 or Paul Haycock on 0114 274 4275. Alternatively, contact us online and we will get back to you.

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Sarah  Wallace