Mortgage Fraud

Since the real estate crisis, it has become common knowledge that hundred thousands of mortgaged properties ended in foreclosure and Banks are blaming fraudulent mortgage practices. Mortgage Fraud is generally defined as any type of misrepresentation during the mortgage application process. These allegations span from overstating income, misrepresenting the property as home stead, preparing false loan documents to the creation of secondary Hudd's and use of straw buyers. Most of the time, the accused did not even sign the closing documents with all information written out but is still being held criminally responsible by the State Attorney's Office.

There is no other area of criminal investigations and prosecutions so misguided as in the area of mortgage fraud. Buyers, Sellers, Realtors, Appraisers, Mortgage brokers and Closing agents are all under investigation if one single irregularity shows up in a foreclosure file. The Bank officers in the foreclosure section and fraud section are working closely together with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Detectives and prosecutors have seen so many clever mortgage scams that their vision is blurred and consequently many innocent individuals are being prosecuted.

Even if some type of misrepresentation did occur in the application process, there still needs to be specific evidence demonstrating the accused's knowledge and intent to participate in the fraud. It is exactly the defense of this element that has allowed Attorney Parwaresch to resolve countless Mortgage Fraud accusations without a criminal record.

Criminal Defense Attorney Bijan Sebastian Parwaresch has been deeply involved in the legal analysis and defense of mortgage fraud cases. Having learned the prosecutors insight and tactics in this area of law, Mr. Parwaresch will develope a through and cutting edge defense for your case, further strengthened by a team of the most credible experts in the State of Florida. If you are being investigated or have been arrested for any type of mortgage fraud, call or email attorney Parwaresch to start advocating on your behalf.