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Klein & Wilson: Experienced California Fraud Attorneys

Accusations of fraud necessitate the services of an attorney who is familiar with the court system and who thoroughly understands the details of these complex cases. The lawyers at Klein & Wilson have nearly half a century of litigation experience. Over the years, they have handled a wide range of complex fraud and business dispute cases.

Contact a lawyer at Klein & Wilson if you are involved in dispute resulting from accusations of fraud.

There is nothing more disheartening than learning a business partner or other close associate has defrauded you or your organization. Klein & Wilson aggressively protects their clients' interests, ensuring they recover the compensation to which they are entitled. At the same time, the firm is aware that misunderstandings can often lead to false accusations. In these situations, the firm has helped many clients resolve the issues at hand and return to working relationships.

Suspicion of fraud can ruin a successful partnership. With so much at stake, trust the experienced lawyers at Klein & Wilson. They have the knowledge, skill and experience to handle almost any type of dispute, including:

  • Partnership fraud
  • Real estate fraud
  • Business fraud

A Successful Litigation Law Firm

Klein & Wilson is known as one of the leading civil litigation law firms in California. The firm is respected for their strong negotiation skills and persuasive litigation techniques in fraud and partnership disputes. See examples of their successful verdicts and settlements in significant case results.

Contact Klein & Wilson

To speak with a lawyer at Klein & Wilson about mortgage fraud, wire fraud or another type of fraud, call (949) 631-3300 or (877) 857-0073 toll-free. For online assistance, contact the firm by e-mail.

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