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Im just now finding out that 8 years ago my sons mother was taking my checks and signing both our names with out me knowing. Im just now finding out because why we was together i was never home and she handled the bank account paying bills and mail. I only seen what mail she wanted me to see Now 8 years later i go to clean everything out where we lived and i found all my back statements and seen what she has done

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I'm totally confused by your categorization of "my son's mother". Aren't you your son's mother? Your profile states you're caring for your husband. Is this your step-son?

If fraud was committed, the statute of limitations may also run from the time of discovery rather than from the time of commission, but I'm not up to date on fraud statutes. I believe it would depend on what type of crime would be chargeable (fraud over a certain amount, for example), but suspect that it would depend on whether it was fraud or some other type of forgery, as well as what authority you granted her to manage your checking account.
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Well it sounds like you gave her the authority to handle the finances. Didn't you wonder where your checks were? What you're saying makes no sense to me. What did you think was happening with the money? How did you not know you had money coming in? I doubt you'd get much action eight years later unless you're talking about large quantities of money.
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Chances are the Statue of Limitations has run out on a forgery crime committed 8 years ago. Check with the State Attorney's office.
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