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If you are an authorized user on the account, she can't come after you. Also most the time credit card companies will be more aggressive if your mother in law made the payment already. She can't just turn around and say the card is stolen. She will need to come up with a good story to make sure that her story is consistant. I will let you know that they will ask questions to her stating why is she reporting this now then earlier? Why did you make a payment and realized there were unauthorized charges? Reason being is because some banks will make the credit card user to accept those charges after making payment depending on your bank.
Overall though this will be hard to prove that it was stolen. Her consistencies of payments will make it look bad for her.