I am assuming that you are asking if your signature can be forged and the documents submitted to the court. Of course they can. However, that can be proved and a person would be stupid to do such a thing. The judge has no way of knowing whether it is your actual signature or not. Normally all signatures should be properly notarized which is to insure their authenticity.
If you are going through an attorney, you have nothing to worry about. If you are this concerned, then don't waive service of process or make arrangements to attend the hearing. You can get a copy of what has been filed with the court by contacting the clerk of court and paying a small fee.
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Thank you very much for your reply.
Just wanted to know another thing, If I come to know about it later on that there was a change in the documents than what I actually read and signed after getting the copy from the clerk of the court will I alwyas have right to protest.
Your reply to this will be helpful and highly appreciated with gratitude.
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