Atlanta, GA asked in Criminal Law and Libel & Slander for Georgia

Q: If my husband babymother (child he had iutside our marriage) is always talking bad about me and our kids what do we do?

If my husband babymother (child he had iutside our marriage) is always talking bad about me in emails to my husband (for ex: she would call me b*tches and etc when all he would do is ask her how son doing or address an issue that son told us about her and her boyfriend hitting him (only 3 years old)) but she always talking bad abiut me harrassing me and she acrually tried to get her boy friend to fight my husband at pickup/dropoff in NC (we meet halfway court order) but they live in VA. She also always talking about my deceased child and our current children (she always talking bad about them and calling them names) and her boy friend and her had recently posted our family pictures talking about me and my kids calling us b*tches and etc trying to humiliate us on Facebook. Also every month when we pick up husband son or drop off she always starring drama via email and then when she see us in person at pickup/dropoff and bring extra people to try intimidate but it dont intimidate us.

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David Edward Boyle
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David Edward Boyle
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Monroe, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: You have the power to end the situation. You can change your email and create a new facebook profile that is not public. If she is a pain in the ass just ignore her and cut her off from communication. If there is an active custody case between your husband and her there is usually a clause in the court order that prohibits harassing communication. Your husband may have the ability to take her to court for contempt.

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