Financial crimes are growing by the numbers in the time of the baby boomers! Our statistics are showing more and more cases being dealt with across the country with more victims being counted everyday. It seems as though the elders who worked very hard throughout their long lives are being duped out of their savings by not only loved ones but also the criminal element as well. Many seniors have been stricken by the onset of dementia or other debilitating illnesses in where housekeepers, caretakers, butlers, gardeners, window washers, family members or whomever have found crafty ways to take advantage of them over long periods of time. There are many ways in where a thief may take advantage of such a person, and the person does not necessarily have to be a senior. Yes, it could be anyone of any age, however, certain laws apply to certain ages. Meaning, the laws set forth may have an age limitation in order for the law to apply. Of course, all states are different and so forth but generally speaking they are pretty much written the same.
If you ever wondered how some of these so called thieves take advantage of such people it is relatively simple. What we mostly see is in the form of personal checks and or business checks which are written in the excess of what they are being paid for and or a forgery of the check or checks. Once the thief is forging checks as an example it becomes common place and greed sets in and they keep writing and or signing the checks more frequently until the account or accounts are tapped. If the senior is elderly and has a lapse of memory and or has dementia as an example the thief believes he or she cannot be prosecuted. The thief does not believe the senior will report the financial crime. And, often times the thief will attempt to fool themselves believing what they did is not considered a crime and they will scathe the wrath of the police. White collar financial crimes are not favored by the police or the local district attorney for that matter. Well, that is until lately! The police have become more educated along with the district attorney and they have been working vertically to prosecute such cases. Remember the Bernard Madoff Ponzi Scheme? Well, he too my friends is a convicted thief and was sentenced to 150 years in prison for his white collar financial crimes and he took billions through his own greed thinking he could get away with it. So then, my point here is if you or a loved one is being bilked out of every red cent they have worked so hard for in life we can help you go after what is rightfully yours or your loved ones.
We will entrench ourselves in your case, the police are generally busy and do not have the time or resources to dig deep. These cases have to be handled very discreetly and with great precision on every level. In order to recover, we have to reduced words to paper and build a case from the onset of when the financial crime occurred. Going backwards in order to do so is easier said than done. We have the patience to do just that, and yes it is time consuming in order to get it right but once we get the boulder moving there is no stopping it. If you have an attorney have him or her call us right away to set up and appointment to get things started. The longer you wait the more difficult the case becomes, and truth be told these cases have been known to go on for years and years without the culprit/s being identified and or prosecuted. It is time to make the change and start taking action on what is right in life and put pen to paper and get these cases to the district attorney in order to file these cases. So, no matter how small or large the case is we can certainly help you become stress free and do everything possible to assist you on a professional level. Make the call today and let us stress for you! 855-342-3300
In all fairness, on the other hand, if you or if you know of someone who has been wrongfully accused of doing something similar and you would like us to represent you please feel to call us as we are open to hear what you have to say. Financial crimes are not easy and not all accused are actually guilty of such crimes, there are people who are down right innocent and we like to say the scales of justice will prevail, however, we do know of many cases in where although the finger pointed to one person it was later found it was not that named person but an unsuspecting person who would be later charged with the actual crime, thus, the named person was exonerated. Anyway, you get the point…but you have to make the call!