Question Details:I am recently divorced. We separated and I moved out of state and then filed for divorce. I wanted to know if I can get any kind of financial relief because the ex forged my signature on several car loans and credit card apps without my knowledge or consent? She then did not pay these debts and so they fell on me. My credit has always been immaculate. I had to file bankruptcy as a result of these fraudulant loans. She also stole $14,000 from my bank account that she had no access to. She created an online account to this bank in my name and withdrew this money. The sheriff's department said that I can't press forgery charges because she was my spouse. I want to know if I can sue her for the large amounts of money she fraudulant took from me by the forgeries and withdrawing money from a bank account that she did not have access to. There are other isses that she caused; the abve are just examples.
From what you have written with respect to your former spouse, you would have a factual and legal basis for bringing a legal action against her for forging your signature on the loans that you have written about and the monies that she took out where you are seemingly responsible under the loans.
I suggest that you consult with a real estate attorney that does business litigation concerning the matter you have written about if you wish to pursue it further.
You might also want to consult with law enforcement about the forgery as well as to your signatures.