Mortgage Fraud solicitors protecting property owners, investors annd brokers

Mortgage Fraud Solicitors


Mortgage fraud solicitors are experts in defending individuals or businesses accused of engaging in fraudulent mortgage activities.

Eldwick Law has a thorough understanding of the mortgage process, property law, and mortgage regulations.
Our mortgage fraud solicitors offer legal advice, represent clients in court, and support them through investigations related to mortgage fraud. This includes cases of providing false information on mortgage applications, involvement in property flipping with dishonest valuations, and other fraudulent mortgage schemes.

Our lawyers’ job is to advise clients, represent them during legal proceedings, negotiate with prosecutors, and work to reduce the legal consequences of such accusations.

We support homeowners, investors, real estate professionals, or mortgage brokers facing mortgage fraud charges. Our mortgage fraud solicitors are skilled in defending your rights and achieving the best possible outcome.

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Mortgage Fraud Cases

This type of fraud occurs when someone fraudulently obtains a mortgage. That process typically involved providing false information regarding the value of a property or overstating the income of an applicant(s).

In more sophisticated cases, defendants might manipulate Land Registry data or even make application in the names of victims of identity theft or the deceased. Mortgage fraud investigations have significantly increased in recent years, particularly in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crash. Those facing these types of investigations often face specialist prosecution authorities and police investigators.

It is therefore imperative that you seek the advice of a specialist mortgage fraud solicitor as soon as possible.

At Eldwick Law, we have extensive expertise in dealing with property and mortgage fraud cases, spanning from simple, single property applications to complex multi-million pound conspiracies.

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