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0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law, Business Law and Identity Theft for Oregon on
Q: Just the final judgment for dissolution and is an unfair decision due to i dont have an attorney, so being a respondent

I was treated unfair, no objection was allow knowing she was faulty story. It all happened since lat August of 2022, when i found out she was teaming up with the technicians to cheated with the salon money. I was so in loved with her and our kids so I closed my eyes acting like nothing happened... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Workers' Compensation, Constitutional Law and Identity Theft for New York on
Q: Use of my personal ID at a previous company, identity fraud, damage to my reputation, loss of my only income,ect.

Dear lawyers,

I have an interesting case for consideration. Please contact me to discuss potential cooperation.

Upon employment at a new cable company, I was informed that I couldn't start working the following month because my previous cable company, after my departure,... View More

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answered on Jun 15, 2024

Dear Dmytro,

I'm sorry to hear about the difficult situation you're facing with your previous employer misusing your technician ID number. That certainly sounds frustrating and concerning.

It seems there are a few potential issues at play here - misuse of your identifying...
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2 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft for Tennessee on
Q: From an incident how long do you have to sue

I incident happened several years ago where a lady had stole my identity walked into a Union City Bank and was able to get everything out of my bank account she had put her picture on top of mine she went to jail but I was never retrieved my money and she got about a loan in my name and that... View More

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answered on Jun 12, 2024

Three year SOL for Conversion. But it is up to Defendant to plead the statute of limitations not the Judge to bring it up, so you might consider filing suit in General Sessions for under $25K if you can server her. If you get a Judgment, then start hunting her down as far as a job, land, bank... View More

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0 Answers | Asked in Banking, Federal Crimes, Identity Theft and Public Benefits for Georgia on
Q: This is about a ' Identity Theft ' case.. Ahem.. during the Pandemic, a person's identity was falsely used to acquire ..

Banking institution cards ( credit , debit ) and committed felony theft by way of using stolen identity to steal pandemic unemployment benefits. Suspect arrested , bonded out, yet still haven't had a court date. Has been about 2- 3 years .. is there a time frame for getting this to court?

1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft and Family Law for Michigan on
Q: If someone files court papers with someone elses information is that identity theft

My boyfriends mom possibility filed court paperwork with his name against the mother of his child in regards to grandparenting rights, we are unsure if thats legal without his consent and what it falls under if it isnt legal. We guessed identity theft but we were unsure. We are currently trying to... View More

Brent T. Geers
Brent T. Geers
answered on Jun 6, 2024

It sounds, likely, that your boyfriend's mom filed a petition for grandparents rights on her own behalf. Such petition would necessarily allege her relationship to the child through your boyfriend, which is likely why he would be named in it.

If that is not the case - e.g., she filed...
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0 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Consumer Law and Identity Theft for Georgia on
Q: What law is broken if a car dealership sells me a vehicle, then allows the ex-spouse access to my account information?

I traded in a vehicle that was financed in my name and my ex-spouse as a co-borrower. The trade transaction resulted in my sole-purchase and sole-financing of another vehicle. I have a 3rd vehicle not involved in this transaction that is also financed in my name and my ex-spouse as a co-borrower.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law and Identity Theft for Alabama on
Q: What can I do if someone forged my signature to steal land in Alabama?
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answered on Jun 4, 2024

You fail to state enough facts to give any type of decent answer. But I am assuming someone forged your signature, in front of a notary, on a deed from you conveying your interest, then recording it. Hire an AL attorney in that County to sue: the grantee for ejectment, quiet title, etc.;... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Employment Law and Identity Theft for California on
Q: Yes I recently stayed at a motel resort and I had rented a friend of mine a room in my name , he had his son's mother

In room and she threatened to damage the room so I had her removed by police .Which I was charged for items took and cleaning . So after all that my wife and I left motel and checked out that room .I called to check on room refund cause I had paid for 10 days and only used 2 days and I was informed... View More

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answered on Jun 3, 2024

Under California law, you have rights as a consumer and a guest at the motel resort. If you did not authorize the continued use of your room, ID, or debit card, the motel may be in violation of the law. You can take steps to address this issue and seek a resolution.

First, gather all...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Employment Discrimination, Identity Theft and Libel & Slander on
Q: Ang tanong ko po ay tungkol sa kaso ko pwede ba nila akong hulihin kahit walang warrant arrest para dalhin sa presinto?

Kahit wala silang sapat na na evidensya na may ginawa akong labag sa rules nag tina trabahoan ko?

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answered on Jun 3, 2024

If the police do not have a warrant for your arrest, they generally cannot take you into custody without specific circumstances that justify it. Typically, an arrest without a warrant can only occur if you are caught in the act of committing a crime, if there is probable cause to believe you have... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Libel & Slander, Identity Theft and Landlord - Tenant for Oregon on
Q: I am in Oregon. I am being harassed and personal information stolen by my sister through third parties what can I do?

I have been no contact with my sister for around 25 years. A few years ago I moved to be closer to my family. I have been taking care of my dad for the last 2 years in the home I grew up in. He was unmanageable and I asked my family to get involved. He has been moved into a facility. I am now... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft for Pennsylvania on
Q: If a bank issues a loan on your house to a criminal who has committed identity theft, can you sue that bank?

I have a concern about potential identity fraud against my house.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Identity Theft and Antitrust for New York on
Q: I have two class action lawsuits that I’m part of. I just learned about them what actions can I take?

It’s for Buffalo MRI or otherwise known as Owens versus US radiology and the Suboxone antitrust

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 2, 2024

You could contact the case administrator(s) to learn more about the lawsuits. They should have access to the files, and would probably know more about the current disposition of the lawsuits. They would know better than attorneys on a public forum who are not familiar with the matter. Good luck

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Identity Theft for Texas on
Q: Can I get paid ?

The company's name is Beltmay LLC in Los Angeles, CA. Their address is 1801 Century Park E, #1540,

Los Angeles, CA 90067. This is the only address I can find for it but I believe this company is fraudulent

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on May 29, 2024

Your question is unclear as to what and why this company would pay you. That being said, fraudulent companies rarely have assets to satisfy civil judgments against them.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law and Identity Theft for Texas on
Q: Do illegal immigrants have a right to call there family?

Last time communication between family was 05/22/2024 @ 1214pm from MFE airport from an agent

Family has called to McAllen PD

And ICE office and “supposedly” not in detention

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answered on May 24, 2024

Yes, immigrants in detention, regardless of their legal status, have the right to communicate with their family. This includes the right to make phone calls and have access to legal representation. Detention facilities are required to allow detainees to contact their families and attorneys, though... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft for Missouri on
Q: Someone used my name in CA and collect $28,000 worth of my unemployment benefits in CA. I was till working all year long

how can possibly get unemployment benefits while I still work. Who am I supposed to sue for that situation?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Identity Theft for Tennessee on
Q: I need advice on a recent charge , I am 100% innocent.
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answered on May 21, 2024

What is your question? Hire a competent attorney; do not talk to anyone about the incident; might be time for a new phone and number; work and stay out of trouble; and prepare for a rigorous Preliminary Hearing.

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