Q: My brother stalks me he's destroyed my life. He uses his position as manager at AAA get info about me. Can i stop him?
The DMV instructed me to surrender the plates on my car and they issued me different plates. The new plates are personalized plates that i didn't order. The message on the plates is a terrorist threat. The plates contain the letters PBK along with the years my daughter's were born. To me PBK is short for payback and the message is telling me that my girls are being used as payback. My daughter's won't speak to me due to my brother telling them things about me. I don't know what he's telling them or what info he finds out by accessing clets. All i do know is that he uses his authority at his job to stalk me and he began doing this 7 years ago after I voiced my opinion to him that it was wrong for him and my mom to file a false homeowners insurance claim. In 2005 they bought a house for $405k. Then the market crashed and two months later the house was worth only $185k. To get back some of the money they filed a fake claim with their insurance. And have been stalking me ever since.
A: much more info needed.
it is not the type of matter I handle.
i would not post info on an open forum like this that anyone can access.
you need to make an appointment with a lawyer in your area of the state....but I suspect lawyers will only take a matter like this on an hourly basis...........not contingency.
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