I'm almost positive that my inheritance was stolen along with a motorcycle and house by means of forgery/fraud since I was not present due to incarceration but I know that things don't add up at all with what he told me up until his death. Im positive a Harley title was forged out of my... Read more »
answered on Feb 10, 2023
Yes, your fiduciaries (ie your personal attorneys, accountants, stockbrokers, holders of your signed POAs) have a duty of full disclosure.
In a probate scenario, where you claim to be the sole beneficiary and other family members may have helped themselves, those other family members are... Read more »
A friend of mine said he had done work for someone but didn't have an ID to cash a check they were paying him for the job so he had it put in my name. I went to cash this check and the bank acted a little fishy over this check and wanted me to stick around to ask the owner if it was legit. I... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2021
Yes you could be convicted. Your defense goes to your state of mind and not knowing the check was a forgery. That can be difficult to back up. The prosecutor will almost certainly be convinced you were in on it. You should get a lawyer.
I had to report to pretrial services on my OR bond I didn't I went back to jail! I had a new bond set used bail bondsman to get out ! Would the conditions be the same or would new conditions be set & me be informed because its a new bond
answered on Nov 3, 2021
When a judge resets a bond they may or may not add/substract conditions. You should check with your lawyer or the court to make sure you understand the conditions of your current bond.
He used my social security number and got away with letting me get a M1 theft charge. When I found out I immediately called the sheriff department. They read to me part of the Incident report which proved it wasn't brother. It was stated he was driving his girlfriend's car(which is how I... Read more »
answered on Jan 25, 2021
You need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you.
ultrasounds of my children and a baby picture of my friends baby, the "baby" wasn't going to survive or go home. We have confronted her and everyone knows the truth, she used fake phone numbers to pretend to be me and my friends to him. I want to get a divorce and for her to get the... Read more »
answered on Aug 17, 2020
Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney who can review all the facts, advise you of your options, and file the divorce, asking for custody of your children.
He told me he was buying us clothes because I was pregnant at the time! The second time he did it he stole my card out my mail box that had 500$ on it! And told me he still had my card with the money on it he just grabbed it for me he said well we went to the same place went shopping for our baby... Read more »
answered on Jun 15, 2020
You haven't asked a question, but you really ought to hire an attorney.
I worked for a home health care agency that is under investigation for forgery. Documents with my name and a fake signature was used to commit medicaid fraud when i was on a medical leave. this is only the beginning of the many things that this company did to me. would i have a case and what can... Read more »
answered on Nov 1, 2019
Sure, you can sue. Is there anyone available to pay damages? One of the problems with fly by night companies is they tend to up and vanish. A court order for you to be paid is far from you actually getting paid.
This occurred in nyc but I'm an ohio resident. I have proof through my receipts, credit card statements, and the merchants copy of thebrecipt which shows the forgery.
answered on Jul 18, 2019
Yes, but you’ll need to contact law enforcement in NY where the event occurred.
answered on Apr 22, 2019
Disney is likely to sue you for trademark infringement, which could allow them to collect damages and their attorney fees from you. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to talk to a local trademark attorney before using that domain name.
She has been making credit card and student loans applications in my name and SSI number.
Are there any charges, I can charge her with?
Can I file a lawsuit against her?
We have been separated for 5 yrs.!
Is there anything that can be used in a divorce case?
answered on Oct 8, 2018
Talk to the police and file a report. The prosecutor would determine whether to bring criminal charges. If you file for divorce, the court can order her to stop using your identity and to be responsible to pay back all the debt she incurred in your name. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a... Read more »
answered on Aug 5, 2018
Your son needs to call an attorney if he has been accused of fraud. You can find many here online, in the phone book, or by asking around.
I am about to turn 13 in 1 month (April, 2018)
answered on Mar 15, 2018
I sincerely doubt anyone will try to make a criminal case out of this.
I was paying 400 a month to his mom when i left 2 weeks ago i told them i would b back to get my stuff but been sick under doctors orders and let them know and now they said i cant have my stuff no clothes i have none all my sons stuff from when he was little and household things they kept it all i... Read more »
answered on Feb 19, 2018
File a police report. They might help. Or contact your local legal aid, or sue the landlord in small claims court for wrongful eviction and the value of your things and the cost to find alternate living arrangements.
i never been in that happen. i just buy a gift from some one with cheap for use it. i did not knew that is theft from some one
answered on Sep 20, 2017
Most first time offenders charged with misdemeanors wind up on probation. But, it is possible to get jail time on misdemeanor offenses, and theft offenses are very damaging to a persons record (no one wants to hire a thief), and also are crimes of moral turpitude for immigration purposes, if you... Read more »
answered on Sep 11, 2017
Some people are successful doing this on their own. Others are not. I can't count how many people I've helped get a record sealed after they failed on their own.
answered on Mar 30, 2016
A little more context is needed. It is foolish and you will just get rejected if you simply call up the bank and ask for someone else's information. If you use personal identifying information of another individual such as the last four digits of his or her social, name, and address, to... Read more »
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