Definitely it's forgery. How much money is this and is it worth suing for it. I'm hoping this is related to a divorce!
Probably should contact your divorce lawyer.
Stephen L. Hoffman
Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC
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Yes you can. And more importantly, the police can do a lot of your investigation for you if you just call them!!
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Forgery of Signature as you describe is criminal conduct. Report immediately to the police now that you have found out.
A civil action can be started, and the police investigation can be quite helpful here.
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