Vanguard Solicitors

A confiscation order can be made in the Crown Court after a defendant has been convicted of an offence which has resulted in financial gain.

The aim is to recover the value of the defendant's unlawful benefit from criminal conduct. Confiscation proceeding are now very commonplace following conviction for certain criminal offences. The proceedings are known to be draconian and can be more lengthy or complex than the proceedings or trial for the original criminal offences.

If you are affected by confiscation proceedings it is necessary to seek immediate specialist legal advice. We will guide you through the confiscation process providing expert representation and advice throughout. Where necessary we work with forensic technology specialists and forensic accountants to prepare for, analyse and present complex financial evidence.

Why Choose Vanguard Solicitors?

Competitive Pricing
We offer a competitive price service, we may undercut others with our prices but that does not mean our service will be compromised in any way. We promise to maintain a high standard of work.

Dedicated Lawyer With Direct Access
You will have direct access to our qualified lawyers, who have in- depth knowledge in the relevant are of law. Upon instructing you will be allocated an experienced lawyer who will contact you within 24 hours to discuss your case.

Relevant Law Explained
Laws in the UK change frequently. Our team of lawyers are trained regularly and are kept up to date on all the latest developments. We will advise you on the law.

Highest Success Rate
We are proud to claim that through our wealth of knowledge and experience we are able achieve the results that are needed. Our expert Lawyers put their full efforts in your case as we strongly believe in getting for you what you want.

Do you need advice or help with your legal issues?

Our solicitors will hold your hands throughout the process, liaising with all relevant government bodies, including UK Visas and Immigration, British Consulate, overseas agents and where necessary the courts.

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