Las Vegas, NV asked in Criminal Law for Nevada

Q: mistress spending conjugal property money for investment, buying jewelries and invading of privacy for bad reputation

Mistress and other family members hacking and stalking my laptop and cell phone, lately cutting of my cell phone line from Family Plan and she is using it with my Password/Username, e-mail, contact names and phone number of different companies that i am applying for a job as Health Advocate. Calling friends and some of those Companies for bad reputation not having a nice job, she wants me to be homeless.

My family, including my husband are already broke for a year now and getting worst, while mistress buying spree on jewelries, expensive clothes, shoes, bag, and car as well as investment joining different portfolio, house and lot for Care Home under her name with our conjugal money.Is this embezzlement or money laundering that she is living in luxury while my whole family including my husband living in poverty? and the severe financial, emotional damages that she brought to my family from my husband to my youngest daughter, and for me a bad reputation not to have a nice job.

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Nicholas M Wooldridge
Nicholas M Wooldridge
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Licensed in Nevada

A: I don't believe that this rises to the level of embezzlement on any level as she had no duty to protect this money. You might try separating your bank accounts and keep your passwords, etc. private.

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