Around the year 2000 my families home was foreclosed. This happened as a result of my father. My parents came to this country from East Africa around 1989. My father was the only one that spoke and read English, so he handled all the families finances. For reasons still unknown he took those funds somewhere. He forged all kinds of documents that required my mothers signature, like taxes and other banking related documents. My mother did not press charges then when she found out on advice from family. They marriage failed and they got divorced. However, her credit was ruined and he did God knows what with the money. Fast forward to 4/16/2016, he called today asking for documents that are in an old suitcase of his. Due to old age I think he slipped up and told my mom that he needed them so he could transfer funds from his bank account in Kenya. Specifically he told her he needs his Certificate of Naturalization and bank account number so he could bring his money from Kenya to the states. After our home was foreclosed, and the marriage was becoming volatile he would always say to my mother that one day he would get the money (or something along those lines).
I have no idea. I guess you could file a police report but it is too late for the police to do anything. If he needs the case maybe it gives you some evidence that could help you somehow.
Specific legal advice can only be given with full knowledge of all of the facts and circumstances of your situation. Posting a question on this website does not create an attorney-client relationship. All questions you post will be available to the public; do not include confidential information in your question.
Years licensed, work experience, educationLegal community recognition
Peer endorsements, associations, awardsLegal thought leadership
Publications, speaking engagementsDiscipline