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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Tax Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Kansas on
Q: I cashed a tax return check, both names on it and my wife verbally told me to sign her name. She moved out 4 months ago.

Today she said she was contacted by the bank that the fraud department (less than 24 hours after) claiming her signature didn't match and asked her if she knew and it and she said no. She said the bank contacted the police. She then said if I deposited half into her account the bank... Read more »

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Q: Who or what type of lawyer would I call and get some legal questions answered against companies that do loans.

Lenders that give small business loans who is the person to contact if you feel like a loan is not right

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Q: My husband opened and used a credit card account in my name, without my consent. What can I do?
Brian Leininger
Brian Leininger
answered on Sep 26, 2017

Assuming you want him to be criminally prosecuted for it, gather all of the papers you have regarding this account and go to your local police and make a police report.

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Q: what kind of lawyer would i need for a business allowing a crime to happen to me?

staying at a hotel, person went to front desk, was issued a key, then went into my room, took over 1000 dollars of my belongings, took personal information which was used to takeover my bank account. The person was not on my reservation nor on the list of people allowed in my room. I was offered... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Jul 20, 2016

Talk to a member of the Kansas Trial Lawyers Assn /Assn for Justice--they give free consultations.Did you send a formal, itemized demand to the home office?

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