Asset Forfeiture

A primary concern for many individuals charged with a crime is the confiscation of hard-earned property. The state and federal government can and will seize assets if it believes the assets were acquired through a criminal act or were used during a crime. In cases of asset confiscation, the property's owner must prove based on a preponderance of the evidence that it is not subject to forfeiture.

At the New Jersey and New York criminal defense law firm, Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers, we do not let our clients lose property without a fight. If your property has been seized or is at risk of being seized, we can help.

If the government has claimed that your property was acquired illegally, or was used during a crime, you need the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney. Call a legal team that includes a former Assistant United States Attorney andprosecutor for effective help in protecting your property from seizure. Call Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers, at 908-301-9001or contact us online.

Experienced Representation You Can Rely On

Our lawyers have a combined 40 years of experience in criminal law, including experience in both criminal defense and prosecution. We have also won numerous awards, and have the experience needed to protect your right to retain your property.

We can work to protect your home, vacation homes, business assets, bank accounts, boats, planes and all other property the government claims you purchased fraudulently or used during criminal activity. For a no-charge discussion of your case, contact our office.

Contact Our New York and New Jersey Asset Forfeiture Defense Attorneys

For questions regarding asset forfeiture and confiscated money, contact the criminal defense law firm, Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers. Our offices are located in Westfield, New Jersey and Manhattan. Contact us online or call us at 908-301-9001.