Forfeiture of property/vehicle/money

Forfeiture laws are used by the government to freeze the assets of individuals whom they believe have been engaged in some illegal activity. In most forfeiture cases, the government will attempt to seize the property that was initially frozen. If they are successful, the owner of that property will lose all rights to or claim of interest in whatever the property may be. The government will take possession of the property and will dispose of it in whatever legal manner they may choose. Knuesel Law Firm can take immediate action to prevent the forfeiture of property such as houses, cars and money. Regardless of what type of property was seized, you, as the owner of that property, are required to act if you wish to assert your rights to due process. There are very tight deadlines, which, if not adhered to, can result in you losing your right to challenge the forfeiture. If your property has been frozen or seized by the government, you need an experienced attorney who is familiar with these types of cases. Attorney Kurt J. Knuesel regularly represents clients who have had property taken from them by the government. Regardless of why the property was seized, there are many options available to ensure the return of that property to the owner. Call Knuesel Law Firm today for a free consultation. Let Attorney Knuesel listen to you and facts of your case. After he has listened to you, Attorney Knuesel will discuss your options and together we can determine the best course toward getting your property returned to you.