Credit Card Debt From Ex Fiancee
In 2007, my now ex fiancee forced me through physical means to sign an application for a credit card. Upon receipt of the card, which he kept in his possession, he maxed it out. No charges were made by me, only him. In 2008, he left the state leaving me stuck with the bill.
In State of Alaska civil court (this was not a simple small claims case) the judge found him legally responsible for this debt as I was forced to sign the application in my name and I did not incur the charges on the card. The judgment that I received clearly indicates that he is legally responsible for the original charges including any and all interest and penalties that were incurred.
Last month the credit card company sent me to collections as the bill is huge and I am unable to and also feel I don't have to pay. Is a letter disputing the debt, providing my ex's information and a copy of the judgment all that I need to be able to send to credit card and collections companies to make this go away? Or are there any further steps that I am going to need to take in this instance?