Forged Deed & Loan Documents
A forged deed is a deed not signed by the owner, but rather by someone else claiming to be the owner without the true owner’s knowledge or consent. Such a scenario occurs more frequently than ever by unscrupulous individuals who fraudulently hold themselves out as owners of property in order to receive loans against that property. The lender will eventually foreclose upon the property, and the forgery will become apparent to the true owner of the property. Oppenheim Law has represented many individuals in this stressful situation. We prevail in these actions by demonstrating to lenders and the court, through the use of forensic techniques, that the forged documents do not bear our client’s signature. After we prove that our client is merely an innocent victim of fraud, we attempt to invalidate the forged instrument.