He has tried to come back but only to manipulate. He came to get TV on 9/13 & was supposed to come back next day for rest. He didn't. He broke his phone & I am taking laptop to police tomorrow. I don't want any of his stuff in my home. I texted his family & sent formal email stating he must give 24 hour notice before arriving. He will not respond.
I did essentially say that but will resend. Do I need to list his items? He has not given me a dime & also left his dog for me to care for. Said I could stud him out. Can he say something of mine is his?
I need to find out what protection I need regarding a lawyer. My ex is making slanderous accusations that could result in an investigation. I filed a police report for theft of my iphone, visa rewards card, flash drive that contains all my personal information, he was using spy ware to track m & record calls/texts. Accused me of drugging him & sneaking men in house while his 2 little girls were here. I'm getting to attempt to get a protective order but the officer recommended I speak w attorney.
His mother than in a text Friday night, I was told he told his soon to be ex wife & her brother in law who is a Cherokee ciunty detective for sheriff dept in the county I live in. Also identity theft & opening his mail. He is nuts...Also said there were tunnels under my house for me to sneak them in, I was oart of some secret hacker group & was going to frame him. I have immaculate credit, bought my dream home, college efucsted w a good job in telecommunication sales. Its crazy!!
That was not helpful. I was told to seek legal advice on the best way to protect my self outside of police report/investigation. What type of atty do I need regarding his allegations, his personal property still here & protection against whatever he is up to with stealing my flash drive & hacking into my network.
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