Medford, OK asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Libel & Slander for Oklahoma

Q: What can I do about an ex who continues to spread lies and hate about me?

We have been divorced for 11 years. At the time of our divorce I had a breakdown. Once I removed myself from the stressor (ex) I improved dramatically within 2 weeks. He has custody of our child. The report of my breakdown was declared by the court to not be seen by anyone other than a counselor. He basically brings this up and shows people the report, even to this day! I have been reevaluated and declared "as normal as normal can be." He has used this to, in my opinion, make me look bad in the eyes of other parents to build favor in their eyes, if we go back to court for custody. I want to go back to court and get custody of my child, as my ex has had DHS called for abusing our child over 10 times. What can I do? Is there a defamation of character case here?

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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Pryor, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

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