Theft by Conversion in California

California Securities Fraud Attorney

Theft by conversion is a form of embezzlement. Theft by conversion occurs when an individual who has been charged with the responsibility of another individual's funds or property, knowingly converts the funds or property in a manner that is inappropriate and does not coincide with the initial arrangement. If you feel that you have been robbed of your assets and property through embezzlement from your stockbroker, or other financial advisors, you need to speak with an experienced California investment fraud lawyer from our firm today. It is our goal to help you recover as much of your funds as we can, but to do so you must contact us immediately.

When you hire an individual to entrust with your financial assets and to advise you on investing your assets, you are placing your livelihood in their hands. If your advisor has abused their powers and stolen from you, not only do they deserve to have legal action taken against them for this misconduct, you also may find it a necessity in order to attempt to recover the assets that you have lost. An experienced attorney from our firm will help you decide on the best course of action for you case, and we will do everything in our power to recover what you have lost as a result of theft by conversion.

Securities Arbitration Lawyer in California

When you speak with an attorney from The Law Offices of Jonathan W. Evans & Associates, you will be getting access to over 35 years of experience in investment and securities law. Our attorneys understand financial law, and we can help you make a strong and persuasive case against your former financial advisors, who abused their position and breached your trust. We have helped countless clients over the years recover their lost assets and we are ready to fight for you.

If you have suffered a financial loss due to theft by conversion, contact a California investment fraud lawyer from our firm today.

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