Also, I would like to sue this person for monies owed to me for loans, shared bills and back rent. Would this be a violation of the order? Also, the bank fraud on my account happened in july 2017 can I still press charges now that I know who done it?
Speak to the DA or go to the police station and make a police report. Furthermore, please be careful not to violate the protective order. As far as getting your money back or 'pressing charges', you can always hire a civil litigator to handle the civil aspects of the case for you.
I filed for divorce and husband started taking assets every day while i was at work despite divorce orders. I then found out he forged my signature on 2 DMV titles to vehicles owned and titled in my name and sold them to friends without my knowledge or consent. He also backdated the titles. He... Read more »
We're not partners, he owns a retail business and I'll be managing his business on amazon and further on online as part of a service our company provides. I'll also have to sign his checks and be on top of everything. Can someone please tell me the specific form I need?
Your options may depend on your type of business entity and shareholder/member agreements currently in place. In general, you will need a power of attorney. Preferably, you may appoint the individual as a manager of the business, with all powers necessary to conduct the operations and business...Read more »
I live in a very small town in western NY. A few years ago a local bank I was using, or one of its employees, shared my personal account activities with a private citizen or perhaps my employer at the time(wired transactions to another state I was moving to). An individual, who owns a business and... Read more »
Banks are fiduciaries. That means that your interests should be above their own. They do not or should not share any private information with anyone unless by court order or with your consent. Sometimes customers make bank's employees their trustees (giving them more discretion) to invest...Read more »
You can report the abuse to IG. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law...Read more »
My mother would do my taxes every year and now i had to contact the irs because this year i tried to do them and the wrong price should up and i found out she put w-2s in there that i did not even work at that year. Then i was out of the state during one of the years. I also am dealing with my... Read more »
You can report identity theft to the police and the Federal Trade Commission. As for the tax issues, contact a Tax Lawyer and a CPA. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about...Read more »
i had my identity stolen and part of this was the unauthorized transfer of my cellphone number to a different carrier (pre-paid account so there is no name associated). I've been going in circles for weeks between AT&T and TMobile with no results, until i was told by them that i needed to... Read more »
Report identity theft and fraud to the police and federal DOJ. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law practice website. I practice law in CA, NY, MA, and...Read more »
Someone stole my debit card info and purchased things in a store. The person was arrested and a detective informed me they are pressing charges with my statement. Now they are talking about witness protection and going down to district attorneys office to get my formal statement. This is very... Read more »
You have certain rights as a victim in criminal matters. The defendant may be a very serious criminal; and so you might need the protections they're offering you. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors,...Read more »
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