It is not only internet scam artists who commit fraud. Business partners sometimes use their position to embezzle money and assets from their own business, causing harm to the other partners and investors. For those who prefer not to work for an honest living, fraud is a popular way to make a living.

When you find yourself to have been the victim of fraud you need to take action quickly. Getting back what you have lost is the goal, and the place to do it is the legal system. Let us help you make the best use of the legal system to recover your assets from those who lack conscience and would convert them to their own.

            The process of a lawsuit:
                1) Prepare and file a Summons and Complaint
                2) Serve the Summons and Complaint on the other party
                3) Send and respond to Discovery requests, including:
                            Interrogatories, 
                            Requests for Admission, 
                            Requests for Production of Documents and 
                            Depositions
                4) Attend Mediation to attempt a solution
                5) If Mediation is not successful proceed to trial
                6) Settlement can happen at any time, even during the course of the trial.


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FRAUD



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Fraud refers to a situation where someone deliberately misleads another for the purpose of taking advantage of that person. Fraud has been around for centuries, but in today's computer society, fraud has become absolutely rampant. Every day we hear on the news about a new type of scam that con artists use to bilk money out of unsuspecting people. Fraud is a crime, and it is also a civil wrong because of the financial harm done to victims. It is one of the worst of wrongs because it is aimed at trusting, honest people.

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