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Old 11-08-2011, 07:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question ex continues to interfere in my new life

ok so here is my story, i have been divorced for 3 years and my ex-wife continues to interfere in my new life with out her.

i have done everything i can from blocking her phone number, to her 20 different eMail address, and has even took it upon herself to contact my place of employment(to which i am the owner of the company). and talk to my employees and has caused personal and professional embarsment.

i need to know how to stop this, i have been in complete compliance of my divorce and am trying to move on with my new life.

she has even gone as far as contacting my former lawyer to which i am charged to ask for needless things.

i am desperate to make this end

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Old 07-22-2014, 09:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It is an unfortunate situation to have have divorced your spouse and to then deal with a spouse who is unhappy with the outcome of the divorce which clear based on the fact that your ex has been harassing you, calling you frequently, embarrassing you at work and is responsible for creating billable hours for your divorce attorney. It might be wise to ask your attorney what civil or criminal actions can be taken against your ex or amend the divorce decree to allow you to lessen your obligations you have, if any, toward your ex, or allow you to seek some form of restitution from your ex.

Otherwise, it is advisable to contact a divorce and general lawyer in your state. Links can be found here: http://www.legalmatch.com/divorce-lawyers.html
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