Lucinda Dore is highly experienced in Benefit Fraud having specialised in this niche area of law for many years. She has a successful reputation for defending benefit overpayments and fraud allegations and has been assisting benefit claimants facing Benefit Fraud allegations by the DWP (Jobcentre), HMRC and local authorities for over 16 years. She will tailor her advice to each individual client and assists client all around the country.
We know that facing a Benefit Overpayment or Fraud allegation can be incredibly daunting. Most of our clients have never been in trouble with the law before and are usually professionals or parents who don't know where to turn to. We can help.
Lucinda Dore will always listen, understand and help her clients by providing a non judgemental, step by step professional and personal service to her clients. Her clients are often reassured by the ability to speak to her direct at any time via telephone or email and often praise her for her extensive knowledge of the law whilst maintaining her friendly and and approachable manner. Lucinda Dore will be able to liaise with compliance or fraud officers to assist in any investigation - she will be able to liaise with the prosecution if you have received a summons to attend court and will attend with you at the interview or court appearance. You do not need to face this alone, Lucinda Dore will be with you every step of the way to ensure you receive clear, accurate and professional advice and have the right solicitor by your side to defend your case for you.
Lucinda Dore is also asked to assist clients who feel trapped, knowing that they need to report a change of circumstances but fear that they have left it too late and therefore fear an investigation - Lucinda Dore can help you to volunteer a change of circumstances. Whatever the Benefit Fraud issue, we can help.
We can assist in any benefit fraud investigations or prosecutions including:-
- Failing to notify change in circumstances affecting benefits
- False Representation
- Cohabiting allegations
- Disability fraud
- False allegations
- Excess Capital