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Thanks for following up. You really don't want to deal with these folks on your own. Rather, before you say or produce any further information, you need to engage an attorney to interface with these people. If you have these guys trying to dig up dirt on you, you want to have legal counsel to provide you counsel through out the process as to what to say and what to produce. Under my terms of service with JustAnswer, I'm not allowed to make a specific recommendation, but I can give you direction. You would want to either contact the Texas state bar association or your nearest law school for a referral. I prefer the latter because they take great pride in their graduates and will take a more personal interest in making sure your referral is a good one because it will be a reflection of the school.
That's why you need a lawyer; to stop them from accessing information to which they have no right to simply access on their own. This is not a government acting; rather, this is an employer employing former law enforcement officers. Yes, she can engage a lawyer without being here.
I would recommend an employment lawyer who represents employees.
You're welcome...both parties signing the agreements can sign sworn affidavits that these documents are true and correct documents.
The effected party could sign an affidavit in the other country and have it notarized there. It's simply a sworn statement that is notarized, so it swears that you are telling the truth.
Yes...that's not a problem.
Yes, you want everyone involved to sign if possible.
As I mentioned, if I were you I would not provide any additional information; rather, she should tell them she is represented by an attorney and that they are to contact only the attorney and she won't be providing anything until and unless her attorney approves.
Hi there. I understand the saga continues, but I provided the best advice I could give....she needs an attorney. She may think it sends a "defensive message," but in the meantime she letting them roll over her. You can bet her employer has counsel. So, she effectively entering a boxing ring with gloves while her employer is hitting her without gloves.