Malibu, CA asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Identity Theft and Stockbroker Fraud for California

Q: Who investigates false documents and fraud done to the deceased

Yeah because I have reason to believe that my father's name was changed my mother's name was changed and then they made everything look that way now people are benefiting from everything that's written on the story and then it appears that my father and my mother the identity was compromised in order to make it look like this person is my parents can somebody please explain to me wtf is going on here?!!!

2 Lawyer Answers
Joseph Abrams
Joseph Abrams
Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Anaheim, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: Most fraud offenses can be investigated by either local or federal authorities. If you have evidence of a criminal fraud or identity theft, you can begin by reporting that evidence to either your local police department of FBI field office.

- Law Office of Joseph Abrams, Anaheim, CA

Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow
Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: MORE INFO NEEDED.

HOWEVER, I WOULD FIRST REPORT TO THE POLICE OR FEDERAL AUTHORITIES IF YOU THINK A CRIME HAS BEEN COMMITTED.

YOU MIGHT WANT TO RETAIN YOUR OWN EXPERT SO YOU WOULD HAVE SOME EVIDENCE TO PRESENT TO THE POLICE.......A HANDWRITING EXPERT MIGHT BE A GOOD START.

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