Here is the general court website for your county:
Depending on what type of loss you are claiming, it can be heard by different courts - use this chart to figure out, specificaly:
I was going to type out a long explanation, but the court website is surprisingly clear.
Depending on what court you choose, you can see the step by step procedures here:
Here is an example of a petition for an injunction:
Just change up the Texas stuff to Delaware, and add on a paragraph claiming "invasion of privacy." It can be as simple as "Jointly and in the alternative, Plaintiff brings a cause of action of invasion of privacy."
That ought to do it. I wish you the best of luck in your case...
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