Jackson, MS asked in Personal Injury, Libel & Slander and Family Law for Mississippi

Q: Is it possible to sue your ex husband & his wife for damages due to extreme "parents alienation syndrome"?

I've had 22 surgeries & leg amputation since my ex took my kids. I recently received an email from my daughter & everything that she's been told have all been fabricated by her dad & his family. They are outrageousl! This has caused severe clinical depression & PTSD. I'm disabled now due to depression as my first & bad leg is number 2 reason.

He also lied to Judge about his income that Judge based child support & alimony on 20 yrs ago.

He also sold my first child's (from previous marriage) bonds that he was court ordered to give them back.

I have not been able to do anything legally due to all my surgeries & living in another state.

I had a home prior to our marriage & I have nothing now.

I have more stuff too that was done that wasn't right. Court appointed therapist, Paul Davey, lied to Judge about me. He has lost his license for taking bribes.

With all that's been done unjustly there has to be something I can do?

Please I need help & I don't know what to do.

1 Lawyer Answer
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
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A: I don't see it but why not ask your divorce attorney?

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