When it comes to signing a lease with three roommates and one of them wants to use their father that has the same name as their father for the credit report check. What’s the minimum and maximum offense for that?
Using another person's identity to pass a credit check is considered identity theft, a serious crime in Texas. The penalties for identity theft vary depending on the severity of the offense, but they can range from a Class C misdemeanor to a first-degree felony.
It depends on the specific circumstances and the laws of the jurisdiction in which the individual resides. In some cases, individuals may have legal rights to compensation for the use of their personal information, particularly if the organization is using the information for commercial purposes...View More
I had got a Letter saying that someone hacked there there system all took all my personal information an my social id address account everything not just me thousands of people an on top of that it's been going on for 3months before they let me know what can I do about that an another thing I... View More
Halen is the wills name my grandmother left me this. In the will that was probated in 72 it says my estate will be left to (myname) as i was the only child when she died. in the estate it includes around 45k acres of land 5-15 million dollars and in 89 my father was my estate guardian and got... View More
The settlor of the trust (in this case, your grandmother) chose the trustee and any substitute trustees in the event her first choice (presumably your father) does or is removed for cause. From your question, it sounds like your sister was the first substitute trustee selected by your grandmother....View More
Send the leasing company a letter demanding that it acknowledge that it allowed some to open a lease in your name without your consent and cc the landlord on that lease. Detail the evidence you have that the leasing company knew it wasn’t you...View More
On December 21, 2022, I ordered a care package for an inmate in Fort Bend County. The inmate was released before receiving the package. However, instead of issuing refund, iCare stated he received and signed for package. They sent me an email with a forged signature. They refused to issue a refund.... View More
We went to the Court annex and he didn't tell me he didn't have an idea and he actually had a ticket warrant and so we couldn't get a regular marriage license. So we decided to use a common law marriage. We both announced on our Facebook pages. He introduced me to all of the... View More
If you chose to record a declaration of common law marriage instead of getting a marriage license, you can and should file for divorce under the circumstances you describe. You have two years from the date you stopped living together as spouses to file. From your description, that sounds like it...View More
You should look here in Justia for an experienced attorney board certified in civil litigation with a background in oil and gas litigation and in real estate litigation, ideally located in the county (or an adjacent county) where the stolen oil and gas wells are located.
The contractors for Texas Health and human services had a data breach and before I received the letter I was already getting alerts from identify protection notification that our information was on the dark web. Besides contacting and freezing our information what can we do? This will be a set back... View More
Yes, you can. But you will need the individual's legal name and address either to complete a police report or to serve the individual with a civil lawsuit. My suspicion is "Boonzey" is not the person's actual legal name.
Just curious what can be done. My ex girlfriend (been apart 6 months) had my bank card info stored in some apps we used while together. Last week she suddenly decide to use it to steal $120 out of my account and send it to her new boyfriend via Cashapp.
$34,000. The next morning he took it to his boss to get advise. His boss told him to just go home and then meet him at his house at 2pm and he (the boss) would take him to cash it. At some point the boss told my roommate that he would give him $1000. So he then comes home and tells me everything... View More
I am a real estate professional. I just recently discovered that an Appraisal Management Company which also does Broker's Price Opinons, had approved application from someone claiming to be me. The imposter was using my inactive real estate license to illegally perform BPO's. The imposter... View More
This particular type of dispute falls into the area of law known as professional liability. If you have a Real Estate Professional Errors & Omissions Insurance Policy, you should report the claim made against you to your insurer, who will most likely provide a defense to you.
My daughter's medical records were "missing" after a car accident making it difficult to get medical treatment. Our family found out someone filed a lawsuit claiming to represent her personal injuries. They used someone else's identity with the same fist and last name. Now years... View More
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