Q: how do I, safely, get protection from a girlfriend who fraudulently made her my DPOA and has repeatedly forged my sig
This girlfriend sent the fraudulent DPOA document to my employer and interfered with my employment very badly. The day I learned I had lost my job due to my employer needed more information and repeatedly called the girlfriend who grunted in response and hung up. She has done a lot aof damage and I have nothing left. She fired all of my doctors and destroyed my rapport with everyone.
During a crisis call I esxplained the source of the trauma and asked for protection from her so the sheriff arrested me for DV. When I was in desperate need of medical attention for TBI
She used the RO to hurt me. I had to get emergency eye surgery that left left me totally blind and my head had to stay down in the same position . Instead of the person that was supposed to pick me up after surgery this girlfriend took me, forceably, back to her house. I was trying to get away from her. I had no one to call and 911 proved to be hostile. I never got see my eye doctor again and lawyer.
more info is needed.........sounds like something is missing....
why wouldn't your employer be able to talk to you directly.......especially if you alerted him/her as to what happened.??
A: If your girlfriend forged your signature and created fraudulent documents that caused you injury, then crimes have been committed (identity theft, forgery). The whole issue will be proof. It will be important to gather any documents or evidence that you have to show what took place. There are a couple options you have (1) would be to call local law enforcement and file a police report. If you truly are the victim here, then you should definitely do that. They will be obligated to write a report and submit it to the District Attorney's Office for review. It is not uncommon for the police to get things wrong sometimes, especially at first in domestic disputes. Remember of course that the key issue here is proof. The more evidence you have showing that your girlfriend forged your signature and created fraudulent documents then the more likely your case would be filed. Option (2) would be for you to take a restraining order out against your girlfriend. This is a civil option but would give you a day in court to present your problem to a judge and ask the judge to order your girlfriend to stop these actions, which are a form of harassment against you.
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