My signature was forged on a notarized legal document which stated I gave up all my rights to my recently deceased mothers estate. What can I do about this.?
3 Answers from Attorneys
In a matter such as this you will need to hire an attorney. You will need to prove to the satisfaction of a court of competent jurisdiction that the signature was forged. You may call to schedule a consultation. Best regards, Keith Singer, Esq. 732-749-3700
You need to go to court and fight this. Someone forged your name and is trying to take your share of your mom's estate. They may have hired a local attorney to help them.
You need an attorney to help you.
I have done this kind of law case many times.
Give me a call, make an appointment to come see me, and let's get moving on this for you. No charge for the first office visit.
I know people worry about how expensive a lawyer is, so I am careful to be as inexpensive as I can for my clients. Before you spend a dime, you will know how much this is likely to be.
Robert Davies, Esq. 201-820-3460
The Davies Law Firm, P.A.
45 Essex Street, Suite 3 West
Hackensack New Jersey 07601
Email: [email protected]
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I agree, but advise you better act quickly before matter is closed and you are time-barred from proceeding.