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My ex husband forged my signature on a check made out to the

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My ex husband forged my signature on a check made out to the both of us. We still own a house together and he made a claim on our homeowners insurance. I live in the home he has not for over 3 years. He is refusing to pay his half of the mortgage as well. The home claim I believe was fraud so that is why I did not sign the check. He signed my name as well as his and cashed the check. What do I do?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  RayAnswers replied 7 years ago.
Thanks for your question. Report him here for insurance fraud and also to the police. He has forged your name as well. He is looking at criminal charges here no doubt. Your other option here is probably contempt or relief through the courts here that granted the divorce.

You have good facts here and to me pressing charges would help that as well. He has broken your trust and the law here. to me you turn him over to the law and let them resolve that side of it. Then you file civilly here to resolve the other issues. the court will assit you and sanction him as well. I wish you good luck here..

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