The mortgage crisis revealed rampant real estate fraud. As a result, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of fraud charges brought by government authorities and agencies. If you have been accused of falsifying real estate documents, you need a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer by your side to defend you from these charges.

At Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers, our team of attorneys includes a former prosecutor and Assistant United States Attorney. We have extensive experience representing clients charged with fraud, including charges involving the falsification of documents.

If you have been charged with a crime or are being investigated by the FBI, Secret Service or IRS for falsifying documents, contact us online. We offer free initial consultations.

Our defense attorneys  have represented countless clients charged with falsifying real estate documents, bank fraud and loan fraud, including:

  • Submitting false financial statements
  • Submitting inflated W2s
  • Altering bank statements
  • Altering stock brokerage statements
  • Listing property at an inflated price
  • Inflating an appraisal
  • Raising the property value falsely to obtain a loan
  • Failing to report that the seller offered money back at closing to cover closing costs
Our team of attorneys has experience handling complex real estate and mortgage fraud cases. We know how to handle thousands of documents, spanning months and even years. We will work diligently and thoroughly to build your defense. Our attorneys will aggressively represent you and fight to have your charges dismissed or your penalties reduced.

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If you have been charged with falsifying documents,  contact us online.

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Westfield, New Jersey Office
53 Cardinal Drive, 3rd Floor
Westfield, NJ 07090
Telephone: 908-301-9001
Fax: 908-301-9008
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New York City, New York Office
52 Duane St
New York, NY 10007-1207
Telephone: 212-755-3300
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