letters written directly to a judicial official are called "ex parte" communications; this means that they are made without affording to the other side the due process right to notice and a hearing. Generally speaking, the Missouri court will not read communications received ex parte (although people try to write letters to the judge in their case all the time).
The way around it is to file your statement in the form of a declaration or affidavit and to serve the other side with a copy (filing proof of service with the court, of course); obviously, the other side is given a chance to see what has been written and to respond, but that is exactly why the court is in a position to consider it. Doing so eliminates the problems with ex parte communications.
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the court certainly has the power to order that a check be authenticated by a party not named on the check; it is very unusual, but it is legally feasible. I can see why you feel like you were not heard in this process.
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