At McCready Law Group, Long Beach Criminal Defense Attorney Zack McCready possesses extensive experience representing clients whose assets have been or may be subject to forfeiture by the government when they were gained through criminal actions or used to further a criminal enterprise. As an expert in this field, Mr. McCready is certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the Board of Legal Specialization.

Under the law, the government may seize assets upon criminal conviction. This may occur even if the owner or co-owner was unaware that their property, including vehicles and homes, was being used in furtherance of criminal activities. For example, if your kids are selling drugs out of your home, your home itself could be deemed a tool of the trade and your real property could be seized if your child is convicted of the underlying crime, even if you were not aware of your child's actions.

If you have received notification of forfeiture, it is crucial that you take swift action to protect your property rights, as the process moves rather rapidly.

Long Beach Criminal Asset Forfeiture Attorney Zack McCready possesses more than 14 years' experience helping clients and their spouses or parents maintain ownership rights over properties that the government is attempting to seize. Failure to bring action within thirty days of notification that your property is going to be seized will result in an automatic taking of your assets, and you will lose any and all rights to the property in question.

Please contact McCready Law Group at 562-222-5630 to schedule your free consultation with one of the region's leading Criminal Asset Forfeiture Lawyers. During your consultation, Attorney Zachary McCready will thoroughly review the circumstances leading to the government's attempt to seize your assets and will provide you with an honest, comprehensive legal analysis of your case. We also offer private investigation services to further your defense.

Criminal Asset Forfeiture Attorney in Long Beach, CA

Criminal Asset Forfeiture is utilized in a wide range of matters arising from a criminal conviction based on numerous types of activities, including but not limited to:

  • Distributing Drugs

  • Drug Cultivation

  • Drug Sales

  • Manufacturing Drugs

  • Organized Criminal Activities

  • Possession of Illegal Drugs

  • Transportation of Controlled Substances

Once the government notifies an individual that their assets are subject to Criminal Forfeiture, the 30 days within which a response/defense to forfeiture must be filed begins to run. At this point, it's essential that you retain the services of a highly skilled and experienced Lawyer who possesses an in-depth understanding of forfeiture laws and can help you retain your property.

At McCready Law Group, Criminal Asset Forfeiture Lawyer Zachary McCready has been fighting for more than 14 years to help clients keep their assets. Mr. McCready wants to put his experience to work for you to help you maintain possession and control of your assets, regardless of a conviction for the underlying associated crime.

Contact Long Beach Criminal Asset Forfeiture Lawyer Zachary McCready for a Free Consultation

If you are facing the loss of your personal or real property that has been determined to be an instrumentality used in furtherance of a crime, and for which a conviction was obtained, please contact McCready Law Group immediately at 562-222-5630 to make an appointment for a complimentary, in-depth legal consultation or complete our Case Evaluation Form.

Located in Long Beach, Criminal Asset Forfeiture Attorney Zack McCready proudly represents clients throughout the region, including those in the surrounding counties. Call today to learn how Mr. McCready can put his experience and knowledge to work for you and your family.

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