Q: What do I need to do when someone signed my name on a waiver?
My dad is in a nursing home and he has no idea what his wife has been doing with his affairs. She petioned conservatorship over him and I strongly believe she is the one who forged my name to document waive of jonder(?) I know I didn't sign anything cause she told no one what she was doing.she has already gave his house to her grown no good son. I want to protect my dad by having her removed because everything will just end very bad for him and his two biological children.also believe when he was diagnosed with cancer she forced him to changed his will cutting everyone out but her that way she can give that son out dad's property.my dad would never allow any of this if he knew what she was doing.
A: You should file an objection to the waiver, which can be something as simple as stating that you did not sign the waiver filed with the court and that you object to the conservatorship. You should also contact the attorney representing your stepmother and appear at the time and place set for entering any Order in the matter.
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