Forensic Accounting and Investigation FAQs

Freeman Law represents clients in matters involving allegations of fraud, money laundering, and complex trust, nominee, and shell company arrangements. In addition, our attorneys provide representation in tracing assets, bank secrecy jurisdictions, complex financial analysis and reporting issues, securities fraud, and cyber issues, including computer intrusions, hacking, and privacy invasions. Learn more about our Forensic Accounting and Investigation legal services. 

Criminal & White-Collar Defense FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Forensic Accounting and Investigation Lawyers

We use precise processes and a systematic data investigation to unravel financial and compliance puzzles for businesses, nonprofits, governmental entities, and individuals, including investigations related to:

  • White Collars Crime
  • International Asset Tracing
  • Divorce Cases
  • Civic Masters
  • Embezzlement
  • Malpractice
  • Insurance Claims
  • Securities Fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Breaches of Warranty
  • Business Valuation
  • Breach of Non-Disclosure
  • Company Acquisitions
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Patent Infringements

We represent clients in every phase of the process, working collaboratively to develop a strategic plan of attack. Because indictments can be almost as devastating as convictions in many criminal matters, we work proactively on the front end to investigate the facts, develop viable defenses, and engage the government in an attempt to stop prosecutions before an indictment is issued. Learn more about Freeman Laws Forensic Accounting and Investigation Service. 

Freeman Law represents clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Schedule a consultation or call (214) 984-3410 to discuss your forensic accounting investigations.