Tarrant County real estate license Defense Lawyers
If your real estate professional license is at risk due to charges of fraud, you need experienced legal representation. At Muller & Sommerville, P.A., our practice is uniquely focused on just two things: criminal defense and licensure defense. We only assist in those areas and we excel at it. Unlike other criminal defense law firms that may have a multitude of areas, we are specifically focused on your type of case. There is much at stake here including your career, professional licensing, reputation and even jail time. Now is the time to seek quality legal representation.
Avoiding Both Criminal and Professional Consequences
At the law offices of Muller & Sommerville, P.A., our Tarrant County criminal defense lawyers have particular experience in defending real estate professionals who are in risk of losing his or her license. A license is critical to any real estate agent who wants to maintain a successful career in this current economy. We are here to not only defend you against fraud charges but against the licensing board in order to maintain your license and status.
For more information about our real estate license defense services, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our skilled and experienced Tarrant County real estate license defense lawyers. You can also call us at (817) 515-6800.
Texas Real Estate License Defense
Just because an attorney is experienced in criminal court does not mean he or she will understand the administrative law processes of licensure defense. We have a past history of excellence in defending professionals with licensure matters. Our lawyers have appeared before professional boards and courts to provide strong and persuasive defenses for our clients. If you are in jeopardy of losing your real estate license, we have the knowledge and qualifications to help you seek to maintain your license.
Grounds for discipline or criminal charges that may lead to an investigation include:
- Accusations of appraisal fraud
- Mortgage fraud charges
- Fraudulent transactions
- Felony or misdemeanor charges
- Commingling of assets
- Broker fraud
- Violation of a professional code of conduct
- Complaints by seller/buyer to the board
Contact Our Experienced Texas Mortgage and Appraisal Fraud Attorneys
To speak with our experienced Tarrant County real estate license defense attorneys and staff, call our Texas law office at (817) 515-6800. We answer our phones 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Initial consultations are always free, nonjudgmental, and confidential.