she is threatening calling the cops on me for theft of property, The property in question is a camper that in the divorce decree she filed belongs to my brother, he asked that I keep the camper on my property for storing because I have 40 acres, and he was asked by city authorities to move it from where he had it parked.
She is threatening to sue me with HIPA laws because I gave her a buy out from a pilot car company we owned together. She says that I should not have disclosed the amount of the buyout. There was no clause in the buyout stating that amount was confidential. She is angry at my brother for knowing about that amount and letting the judge in their divorce know of the payout. Buyout was completed December 4, their papers were filed December 23 She is also claiming that I am trying to evade taxes with the company that we shared. I have had the taxes filed by a CPA, no extension. The said CPA filed her tax return also.
In the fraud case she has given information to an entity looking to charge my husband and his business partners with fraud. She was a book keeper for them for approx. 6 weeks, in that time she was never properly trained. and signed an NDA for the company. She is now claiming she never told anyone anything, but has more than once given up information to us from the party looking to charge fraud.
She is not talking to me directly in any of these situations. she has spoken to my husband, and my brother. She has not called the cops but is making the threat is that enough or do I need the cops to be called?
One more question for my brother. She is the petitioner, they have not hired attorneys to help with this situation. She has neglected to submit paperwork requested by the judge continually. How does he as the respondent push this along to get it finalized?
If the judge dismisses the case will they have to refile for divorce or will that push the agreement she originally filed through?
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