If you have been charged with a serious crime, Pennsylvania may forfeit your assets. This means that they can take your home, your vehicle or seize your money before ever convicting you of a crime. Even if you have not been charged with a crime, and have not been involved with any criminal activity, you may still have your assets forfeited by police. If the police believe your property has been used in a crime that someone else committed, they can still seize your property. This of course is catastrophic for innocent families who are kicked out of their home.
If this has happened to you or your family, you need to understand your rights and talk to someone who will help you fight to get your assets or your home back.
Tucker Arensberg has experienced asset forfeiture attorneys that help you fight for your assets and money. If you had your assets forfeited or cash seized, contact us today to book a free legal consultation. Our team has combined experience of over 100 years, and we pride ourselves on being easily accessible to our clients – 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We will help you understand your legal situation and build a strong case to defend your rights and get your assets back.
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