Q: how can a judge give my domestic abuser power of attorney and control over my home which was then lost
we had a life time no contact order he has a very long criminal record . We were never married . The judge gave him power of attorney and he took my house made me over and let it sit empty until squatters moved in and destroyed it. 289k in damages. He never had to pay for any thing including my 135k in attorney fees fighting the foreclosure. he kept his million dollars and I had negative 349 in the bank and our son. what I dont see is we were not married . he admitted he had not worked in 5 years . i put him out on a protection order for abuse . He has a drug problem and ended up in prison. I attempted to but another home an there was a judgment the ex had and blew the second home I was living in that I arranged to buy by my self and I had to move because of the same judge not following the law and allowed for an illegal agreement . I am now home less and unemployed due to my home based landscape business i ran for 25 years could not be ran from a hotel. My rights are violated?
A: This is just too complicated of a fact situation for me to even comment on. If you want a legal opinion you will need to talk to an Attorney in an office consultation where the Attorney has access to the case history and can review it with you. See an Attorney in the jurisdiction where this took place.
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