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Offline sudipta

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property rights of daugther
« on: July 02, 2014, 02:24:42 AM »
I am 41yrs old, married and only child of my parents. For the past 3 years, my mother is suffering from dementia. However, since she was in service she has substantial property of her own and also bank locker in her name.
Since her illness, my father used to forge her signature to withdraw her pension, MIS, do small bank dealings of her account etc. I knew but never objected since my momís illness required lot of money regularly.
Before her illness, my mother made a will giving all her movable and immovable property in my name (with my aunt, her elder sister as witness).
She also made her single bank account joint with me (however, the locker was not made joint)
Recently, I have come to know that my father plans to remove my name from the joint account with my mother and include his own name. He also plans to make the locker joint holder by including his name. He plans to do this by forging my momís signature again (submitting a letter to the bank wherein my mom asks the manager to include my father (her husbandís) name in both the account and the locker)

How should I confront him and what are my legal options?

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Re: property rights of daugther
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2014, 09:15:46 PM »
Your mother is still alive, she can make her wish amply clear herself, in the presence of a doctor as witness. As for forgery of signature is a serious offence can you prove it
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