Re: Opening Mail With Someone Else's Name
Have you or your husband been harmed by her opening this mail? Are there any damages or concerns of fraud that have arisen as a result of the ex opening the mail?
If not, then there is almost NO chance of the police or the feds getting involved even IF some statute can be found to cover this. I believe that the feds' involvement ends when the mail is delivered to the address where it was sent ... I haven't looked recently, but I seem to recall there being no federal violation for opening someone else's mail.
And at least in my state, I cannot think of a state charge for opening mail addressed to someone else.
So, without some form of damage or other crime occurring as a result of her opening the mail, I don't see that there is a case for anything here. Your hubbie needs to get his insurance mail redirected if he does not want her getting that mail. Arguably, the ex has a right to see this information anyway.
As Mr. Knowitall said, this has all the earmarks of some kind of attempt to exact retribution in a petty manner ... it won't fly.
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