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1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft and Libel & Slander for Missouri on

Q: What can I do when when someone excuses you of stealing from their store but you didn't do it

Ronald J. Eisenberg answered on Apr 3, 2018

If someone falsely accuses you of stealing you can deny the accusation. Without more facts, I'm not sure what to tell you. I don't know if there are criminal charges against you, whether any harm has resulted from the false accusation, or what you want to do.

1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft and Libel & Slander for Missouri on

Q: What can i do if someone excuses me of stealing

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Ronald J. Eisenberg answered on Apr 3, 2018

If someone falsely accuses you of stealing you can deny the accusation. Without more facts, I'm not sure what to tell you. I don't know if there are criminal charges against you, whether any harm has resulted from the false accusation, or what you want to do.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law, Child Support and Identity Theft for Missouri on

Q: My husband's identity was stolen and now there is an annulled marriage and a active support order. What can we do next?

We have been to City Hall to obtained this marriage license and the signatures or social security numbers don't match my husband's. And there is a warrant out for his arrest regarding this child support order.

Kristen Thurmond answered on Dec 5, 2017

You need to find an attorney as soon as possible to help you sort through the child support issue.This is going to be very fact specific and the attorney will need all the information available about the current ordered support and the warrant. Talk to several attorneys to find the one you like... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft, Small Claims and Social Security for Missouri on

Q: What can I do if my mother and law used my wife's social security # to open a credit account without permission?

She went over the balance by $100 for a total of $3100 and has stopped paying on it and it showed upon my wife's credit report.

David Humphreys answered on Oct 11, 2017

you need to dispute the false credit reporting directly with the credit reporting agencies and the credit card company.

You can go to our law firm website and click on the link Credit Reporting Errors for detailed and specific instructions on what the letter that your wife will need to...
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