I received a call from a police officer yesterday from the town I use to live in, he says that my Ex came in and is pressing forgery charges against me.... Here is what happened - right when he was leaving me but still wasn't completely gone, we recived our state kicker check, our girls health insurance was being cancelled so I begged him to let me use it to pay the insurance. He agreed and told me to sign the check for him so that I could hurry and get it deposited and the money off to the insurance company. He later had me sign a paper saying that He gave me cash including his portion of the kicker check, he turned into child support trying not to owe back support. So now he is saying that he didn't tell me to sign the check, and that I forged his signature, and he is worried because I have all his personal information and if I would forge a check he doesn't know what else I would do to him...... Does anyone know anything about this? I am trying to call legal aid, but have only got answering machines.... Of course I know all his information we were married for 10 years, together for 12 - he know all of my information too..... Do you think he has a case on the forgery, even though we were married and he told me to sign for him??? The officer said that he was doing up the report and turning it over to the D A and they would decide if my Ex could pursue this - and if he can then since I have been cooperative then they won't issue a warrant I can turn myself in - Can you believe that turn my self in for signing me and my husband s check and depositting it...... Please does anyone know anything about this?????
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