An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. It would be difficult for an attorney to offer instructions of a general nature in such a setting because they would need to see what is alleged in the papers. It would be better to take the papers that were served...View More
The woman has picked up many charges and is using my last name to do so including a recent deception charge. She’s trying to impersonate my children’s deceased mother as well in hopes of becoming the payee for disability or social security. Plus, she’s squatting in a deceased man’s house... View More
Based on the information provided in your question as long as the court issued an order she could restore her maiden name upon the dissolution of marriage then it can be done, even though the order if old.
i just googled my name because my sister said all my information is all over the internet i dont understand how my daughter's information about being sexually abused and putting the man away is all on the court documents where everyone can see as soon as you search my name.
What's the question? Report him to the police, freeze your credit if you are afraid that a loan has been taken out in your name or other accounts established and look into filing a claim against him for any damages you have incurred.
The company I work for sent my w2 to an address I have never lived at due to my last name being the same as another employees last name they put her address on my w2 and sent it. This lady saw the last name and opened the w2 without realizing it wasn't hers. Now, I have no idea if this person... View More
I am saddened to hear about this invasion in your life. File a police report. Contact your insurance company in the event that you have any coverage for ID theft. Complete the forms and read the aricle at the Federal Trade Commission Website, do a credit check and cancel all credit cards,...View More
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