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0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation, Domestic Violence, Identity Theft and Public Benefits for Maine on
Q: Will I win my case evicting a person that was a buyer and I'm the seller on private sale with a contract she broke.

The contract was notorized and she stopped paying the monthly payments in the contract after paying 5000depost&23000 non-refundable thats in the contract. She broke the contract in many many ways

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Family Law, Civil Rights and Identity Theft for Maine on
Q: How do I find out if my family forged my signature on a power of attorney? How do I find out if I have 1?

I'm pretty sure my grandparents Forged my signature on a power of attorney and are also illegally video&audio monitoring me amongst other tracking ect... I'm 29.

I would never sign one and I have knowledge of past signature forgeries.

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John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Feb 20, 2023

A power of attorney authorized another person to take action on your behalf. The person named in the POA is usually the holder and custodian of the physical instrument itself.

When third parties like banks, hospitals, etc have dealings with the person named in the POA when they are acting...
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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Identity Theft, Legal Malpractice and Medical Malpractice for Maine on
Q: How to stop identity theft, mail theft and fraud, forgery, medicare/ins fraud, medical malpractice, deprivation of life

no equal protection by police depts sometimes not even a police report (concealment, aiding & abetting perpetrators), closed out cases sane day without investugatiob, targetting individual based on gender, class, discrimination, retaliation, intentional harm, professional misconduct, failure... View More

Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin
answered on Jun 3, 2018

I am sure they think you are mentally ill. You need to prove them wrong. You need to seek out a psychiatrist they know nothing about and have at least three sessions. Then provide the authorities with the proof and they may listen to you

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