Cease an Disist Letter has documents to sign..I don't know anything about the people mentioned in the cease and disist letter so there is nothing for me to stop saying because i said nothing to anyone..signing the documents seems to be an admission of guilt...the people may be relatives of my first wife...she died 1985 and she has the same last name and resides from the same general area
I tried nothing...i google the people involved and they are disfunctional and everyone is posting bad stuff about each other in that family......I know none of these people at at...incidentally the letter from the attorney has been mailed to several employers (PAST PRESENT) and family members in effort to have the letter forewarded to me...The Attorney did not have my address..I have nine copies that were foreward to me
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Good afternoon. This is clearly a case of mistaken identity. What you would want to do in this situation is to respond to the attorney by letter...sent by certified mail....and inform him that you have no connection, involvement, or relation with any of these people directly and indirectly, that you will not be signing anything, and that he is the one that needs to Cease and Desist from any further correspondence to you or any one connected with you, including employers, or you will be the one filing suit against him and filing a formal ethics complaint with the state bar association.
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