I just found out my sister forged my signature as a cosigner on her student loans. How do I go about getting removed,
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I agree with Robert's answer. You will also be required to hire a certified documents examiner or a handwriting expert to prove that your signature on the three disputed loans is not your signature. Be prepared to pay expert witness fees to prove up and win your case as well.
If the student loan lender will not voluntarily agree to no longer consider you as a co-signer on the three loans, your primary option is to file a complaint for a declaratory judgment, seeking court confirmation that you are not obligated on the three loans. One problem you will have is the fact that the lender will file a counter claim seeing a judgment against you on all four loans and will win on the one in which you agree that you signed unless you can show that the loan that you co-signed is current.
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You are liable for the debts your sister incurs IF the creditor decides the signature is genuine. Sometimes this can be managed yourself but it will take a consistent effort. Otherwise you can retain counsel. Regardless you need to clear up the matter before any default.