I sent subpoena to bank. They must be friends with defendant because they let defendant know what was going on and then closed off his account. They also let defendant fill out questionaire with incorrect info and it was notarized at that bank.
Lawsuit / Dispute Attorney
If you can prove what you say yes. Not an easy case to prove.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
A notary does not verify what someone writes; the notary only verifies the person is who they say they are.
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Divorce / Separation Lawyer
If you can prove your claims regarding the subpoena then you may have a claim on that issue.
You cannot sue regarding the notarization. The notary only confirms the signer's identity but is not responsible for the contents of the document.
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