I currently reside in the US, my ex wife lives outside US. My ex wife currently renewed her license online and used my US address without my permission. The license was mailed to me and now she is requesting that I mail the license to her out of US address (We have a cordial relationship). Is it ok to mail the license to her or can I fall in any legal trouble for the same.
If she doesn't live in Michigan she is not entitled to a license from Michigan. I would tell you, if you were my client, to send the license to the State offices with a note saying she has moved to another state or country. I would not assist her in potentially committing some sort of crime.
It is not uncommon for expats to use a domestic address as a mail drop. Apparently, that is how your ex-wife renewed her driver's license. While it may be that that technically violated some law, I would not be concerned that she is going to be prosecuted for it. I see even less concern with you forwarding her mail to her. You are not aiding or abetting any crime. I would not worry about it.
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I agree with Mr. Richman, mail her the license.
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