Your cousin's husband stole her personal checks and forged her name and cashed them.?
I told her she needs to divorce his no good ___ and press charges
- ninn09262Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yea, I agree too, but it's probably best to stay out of her relationship. Be there for her if she comes to you for help in leaving him, but otherwise I would stay out of it and sticking your nose in can backfire.
- ArlineLv 44 years ago
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- Anonymous4 years ago
First, give that evidence to the police, and then find a good lawyer to help you out. That lawyer should be able to give you advice on what you have legal options on what to do. Stealing a check and forging it is a federal felony, and if you have the person's name, then the police should have no problems finding him or her, if you hand it over to the police department, who then can contact the FBI if they deem it necessary to to do so.
- 1 decade ago
Yes on both accounts. He is a theif and needs to be held accountable. She deserves better, just make sure to keep the check from the bank as evidence.
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- qt30hamiltonLv 41 decade ago
Uh ya..it's a no brainer. What are people thinking? Clearly nothing other then achieving self gratification and who cares who they step on in the process
- chacha777Lv 51 decade ago
She needs to watch out for his man. Hard telling what all he's done behind her back. You adviced your cousin wisely.
- Egyptian PrinceLv 41 decade ago
Is she willing to forgive? If not, advice her to get a lawyer.Source(s): Practical sense.
- sarch_ukLv 71 decade ago
I totally agree,...
if he has done this then what else has he done, and what else is he capable of doing....
she is better off without him.
- kielbasa7Lv 51 decade ago
What is his side of this. Was he paying her overdue bills?
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Yes and yes. You're right.