Two years ago I assisted a friend with saving her home upon her request. Throughout the two years she paid on time but she deceive me in thinking after she got her credit repaired she will purchase her home back. After our friendship fell apart she started to lie about a lot of other things. I placed the home on the market and she refuse to let it be shown upon request as asked. She complained about a lock box going on the door. After she surrendered her keys, she broke back into the house and cause me a cliam on my property and she failed to pay the remaining of her taxes owed on the property. I am in the process of typing a letter to the courts for a civil case and I would like to know if it is best to start the sentence with --" I am a victim of a manipulator" . Please advise if I am headed in the right directions. I would like to sue for pain and suffering along with property damages and balance owed on property.
MY HUSBAND AND I PURCHASED THE HOME IN OUR NAME FOR HER AND ALLOWED HER TO LIVE THERE FOR TWO YEARS UNTIL SHE REPAIRED HER CREDIT.
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