Stopping Financial Fraud

Were you talked into signing for a house or a loan for your caretaker? Was your elderly parent or grandparent talked into investing most of their savings into a land development project by her attorney, accountant or other trusted advisor, that subsequently failed?

At the Law Offices of Kenneth E. Chase, we have successfully represented elderly clients who have been intentionally misled by their caretakers, conservators, guardians, attorneys, accountants, and even their clergy. Anyone who is in a position of trust — even family members — who violates or takes advantage of that trust must be held accountable.

Contact our Scottsdale financial fraud lawyer, if you suspect or know that you or an elderly friend or relative has been the victim of fraud.

Representing Victims Of Financial Abuse And Fraud

Our financial abuse lawyer, Kenneth E. Chase, represents elderly clients who have been talked into making horrible investments, to the profit of his or her caretaker, guardian or other professional or person in a position of trust. Of course, an investment loss is not always fraud.

When we can prove that a breach of duty occurred, or that you were intentionally misled in making the investment, Mr. Chase will fight to recover damages, which may include:

  • Money damages lost due to breach of fiduciary duty or reliance on intentionally misleading statements
  • Compensatory damages
  • Attorney fees, as authorized by law
  • Punitive damages, as authorized by law

When you, or an elderly relative or friend, has been defrauded by someone in a position of trust, contact our Phoenix, Arizona, business and real estate fraud attorney at the Law Offices of Kenneth E. Chase, PC. We can also help in situations of professional or legal malpractice, where another attorney or professional has used his or her position of trust to commit fraud and breached a fiduciary duty to his or her clients.

Contact us online or call 480-428-2353 or 877-567-6414 to discuss your case.