Q: My Ex-wife and I that live together have been constantly harassed for 6yrs,online,public and want it to stop. How?
I divorced my 1st wife in 2012, married my current ex-wife in 2014 and my 1st ex and my daughter(18) keeps harassing in public, online, my own family now involved and all their friends. I have had cease and desist letters sent out, told them I don't want contact and they still do. Have posts all over FB, blocked them all and still get messages. Now their friends are accusing my current ex of things she has never done. We have moved from MI all the way to OK and back to get away. Law enforcement don't help since they are related to them. We don't want any contact by any of them in anyway and made it clear. We were told we don't have enough for a court order, but all we want is to be left alone. My current ex wife who lives with me is disabled and scared to go out in public as something might happen to her when I'm not around. We can't live like this and got a divorce because of this,and they still harass. All we want is a PPO or some order to leave us alone as it don't stop.
The 'solution' would seem to be a personal protection order. Investigate that to determine if you have enough evidence to proceed with a local family law attorney.
That said, appreciate that a PPO is only a court order. If your ex continues to violate that order, it would require further court proceedings for the Court to enforce its order. You are in for a long haul, and it REALLY makes sense to hire a local attorney to help you with the process so your ex will take things seriously, and you have someone in your corner to insure things proceed as smoothly as possible. There are MANY opportunities for complexity, even if you DO have an attorney, so don't be 'penny wise and pound foolish' about this. The up front cost of an attorney will be paid back many times over time.
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