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Hello! I am a licensed attorney, admitted to practice in state and federal court. I have a nearly 100% satisfaction rating so all that means is that you can count on me to help today. The answer to your question is no. Firstly, spouses have a fiduciary (financial) duty to one another to not do anything that would harm the other spouse. In your case, if your husband has put a freeze on your credit and is not allowing you to see certain things that you otherwise would have access to, you would have a cause of action if you took him to court. You may want to consider speaking with your credit card companies or other creditors to explain that someone has hijacked your information. You may want to consider just writing a cease and desist letter to your husband immediately. Lawyers use letters like these often to enforce their client’s rights. Here’s a website that has a good template (click here). It only costs $10 and it is way cheaper than litigation.
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