Confiscation & Restraint of Assets
- Ranked by the definitive guide to the UK legal profession as one of the UK’s leading criminal defence practices, with over 25 years experience in representing suspects and defendants facing the most serious allegations of fraud
- Free initial advice to anyone facing confiscation and restraint of assets
- Dedicated to providing the best legal representation whether publically or privately funded
- Committed to protecting clients' liberty, reputation and assets
Restraint of your assets can take place long before any finding of guilt.
If you become subject to a restraint order, you will be allowed a weekly allowance from your assets. If this allowance is insufficient for you and your family’s basic needs, you will be prevented from accessing your additional assets. Instead, you will need to renegotiate with the court and prosecuting authorities for an allowance increase.
If you have been accused of a serious crime and are concerned about the potential of a restraint order and subsequent confiscation proceedings then you need to contact our fraud and business crime team as soon as possible. We will give you practical legal advice, deal with the prosecution and the court on your behalf and represent you in any court proceedings.