Restraint Order Solicitors
When you are being investigated for committing a criminal offence, you may have your assets frozen, meaning you have limited access to bank accounts and other property. This can make it difficult for you to go on living your life as normal or continuing to run a business. At Burton Copeland, our solicitors assist individuals and companies by challenging the viability of a restraint order.
If you have been accused of a crime and had a restraint order placed against you, it is important you speak to a solicitor as soon as possible so a case for your defence can start to be built. Contact us today by calling 0161 827 9500, or fill in our online form to let us know you would like to hear from us.
What is a restraint order?
A restraint order prohibits someone accused of a crime from accessing certain assets during a criminal investigation. This can include:
- Withdrawing money from a bank account
- Selling a property
The purpose of restraint orders is to preserve assets and property so that if a confiscation order is made by the court, it can be satisfied.
How Burton Copeland can help
Our team of defence solicitors can help you apply to have a restraint order removed or altered. We can also negotiate for an allowance or for living expenses to be paid for during the duration of the investigation.
All of our solicitors are dedicated to protecting your best interests and will provide legal advice throughout proceedings so you understand what your rights and options are at all times. That’s why our lawyers are contactable 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Speak to us today
If a restraint order has been placed on your assets, contact our Manchester-based solicitors today to discuss how we can help you challenge it. Get in touch by either calling us during office hours on 0161 827 9500 or at any other time on 0161 832 7834. Alternatively, complete our online contact form and we will get in touch at a more convenient time for you.