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It's possible for both the state and the federal government to seize your assets, even if you haven't been charged or convicted of a crime. If the government thinks the assets are somehow connected to criminal activity, they can seize the assets and seek to have them forfeited.  These seized assets can include cash, bank accounts, cars, boats, and even homes.

Mr. Ford has successfully helped clients recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars in seized assets. Forfeiture proceedings can be complicated and involve strict timelines. Failure to follow the proper procedure or not acting timely can prevent you from challenging the seizer. That is why it is important to retain an experienced forfeiture attorney who can fight to help you get back what is yours.


Contact the Ford Law Office for a free constatation to discuss your case.   

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