He's really nuts - sorry.
What are the police doing with the information? Because, regardless married or not - he can't use your personal information without your consent.
What state are you in?
I understand - maybe it's you that were under duress at the time!
However, I would follow up with the police. If you get no satisfaction from them - then file a private criminal complaint yourself with the District Attorney's office.
Who told you that you needed to get psychological evaluations?
Was he represented by counsel in the divorce action?
Were you represented by counsel in the divorce action?
That's just nuts!!!! He was represented by counsel - what was the alleged duress?
The definition of duress >n. threats, violence, etc. used to coerce a person into doing something. ->Law constraint illegally exercised to force someone to perform an act.
Just what is he claiming you did?
Have you contacted the attorney who represented you about this?
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