New Jersey Identity Theft Questions & Answers

Q: What can happen to a wife if she purchased house items with her husbands credit info without asking

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law and Identity Theft for New Jersey on
Answered on Oct 11, 2018
William N. Sosis' answer
I think your question is more suitable for posting in the Family Law section. Regardless, I think what can happen mostly depends on how much you spent, whether you used a joint credit card, the trust and quality of your marriage, and how your husband feels about it when he finds out. You might otherwise want to contact an attorney for a no-cost consultation.

Q: If I , a minor, assume a falsified identity in order to receive a loan in nj from a bank in florida can i be convicted

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Consumer Law, Criminal Law and Identity Theft for New Jersey on
Answered on Mar 15, 2018
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
The only difference on how a minor is treated in our criminal justice systems is that instead of going to jail you go to a detention facility and your criminal record will go away if treated as a minor. In my opinion juvenile detention is much worse than jail due to the young inmates being more aggressive as I see it. Get yourself a lawyer if you did it and get charged to try to avoid this.

Q: Should i file for bankruptcy at 20?

3 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy and Identity Theft for New Jersey on
Answered on Jul 6, 2017
Michael David Siegel's answer
It will depend on many factors. Speak to an attorney.

Q: if someone accused of bank fraud. video prove they at the bank but their phone track all place they at time and date?

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for New Jersey on
Answered on Jun 29, 2017
James A. Abate's answer
If you have been charged with bank fraud you will be prosecuted and face imprisonment under state or federal charges. If you do not have a skilled lawyer you face a clear and present danger of spending a long time in prison. Do not speak to anyone either police or the bank until you have had a personal consultation with a criminal lawyer.

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