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Accused Of Fiduciary Fraud? We Can Help.

One specific area of white collar crime is fiduciary fraud. This type of fraud may occur when a person, business or other party has a fiduciary connection with a second person, business or party and intentionally misrepresents or excludes facts that result in monetary damages to the initial party.

Though a recovery can only be gained through a civil lawsuit, law enforcement may charge the person or party with fiduciary fraud and/or any other white collar crime charges. Attorney Randy Wilson, of the Law Offices of Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell, PLLC, provides aggressive legal representation to clients who are facing fiduciary fraud and other white collar crime charges.

Embezzlement And Fiduciary Fraud

One common form of fiduciary fraud is embezzlement. This is the stealing of funds from a business or other party by a party who has been trusted with managing the party's funds. Various types of individuals may be accused of embezzlement as an aspect of fiduciary fraud, including:

  • General employees
  • Partner
  • Office manager or administrative assistant (secretary)
  • Bookkeepers and Certified Public Accountants (CPAs)
  • Trustees
  • Guardians
  • Conservators
  • Individuals designated as having power of attorney
  • Oil operator (stealing oil from land owner)

Accusations Of Revealing Trade Secrets

It is important to note that in some cases, the revealing of trade secrets can be considered acts of fiduciary fraud. Trade secret violations are serious white collar crime-related issues and must be handled by an attorney who is knowledgeable of these specific and often complicated types of crimes.

If you have been charged with fiduciary fraud, business fraud or another white collar crime, please contact the Law Offices of Randy Wilson and Kristin Postell, PLLC. Call our Abilene office toll free at 800-763-8120 to schedule a free consultation.