I was seperated to my wife and was incarcerated at the time that she forged my signature on my vehicle titles and sold them without my knowledge or consent, i had four vehicles in my name only with registration and on the titles! does she have that right to forge my name and sell them even though we were seperated and I never signed over power of attorney to her?
based on the question asked and without knowledge of all of the rest of the information not in the question my recommendation is to talk to a lawyer If there was a divorce pending there may be an order? your question calls for a yes or no response that is impossible without the facts.
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Yes. As you have described it, her actions constitute forgery, she forged your name, which is a crime. If she sold your cars and kept the money, it’s also likely that she committed theft by deception.
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