Separated since November living in different states (He is in TN). He lies about everything. What if he lied on our taxes? Will I be responsible if he did not get my signature/esignature?
You cannot be held responsible for something you did not authorize. You should write to the Internal Revenue Service immediately.
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Consult with a family lawyer in your area.
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Hi. You are not responsible if you did not give him permission to sign your name. File separately and also contact the IRS. Talk to an attorney as well for more specific advice and information. Good luck to you.
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