Will I be responsible for a marital liability incurred by my spouse when he or she forged my signature?

The State of Florida specifically states in statute 61.075(6)(b)5 that a liability incurred through forgery or an unauthorized signature of one spouse is a non-marital liability. The liability will remain non-marital unless the other spouse endorses the forged or illicit signature at a later date.

 

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