Did he use it while they were married? Can it be established that he was the one who used it and not her? If you feel he committed a crime, you should contact the police.
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Contact your credit card company and assert the charges were the result of fraud. Then, if you are willing to, you should contact your local police department and file a police report asserting that you were the victim of identity theft and that your son in law was the party responsible.Ask a similar question