Fraud can take many forms. A person or business tells you to invest, only to steal your money. They sign a promissory note with no intention of ever paying you back. An employee or financial officer steals from the company or steals trade secrets to set up a competing company. You have a judgment but the money and other assets have been transferred or conveyed to another state or foreign country, or to the debtor’s relative.

The other side of the story is you or your company have been wrongfully accused of stealing money or property and you need to defend yourself.

Contact Dimitri Gross — Experienced Employee Theft and Corporate Fraud Attorney

To discuss your concerns or dispute with an experienced fraud attorney, contact Dimitri Gross online or call 949-788-1007 to make an appointment.  Click here for more information.