Q: My nieghbor filed a District civil summons on me to cut my tree down that's in my yard. What can I do about it?
She wants the tree cut because she is scared to sleep in her bedroom because she says my tree will fall on her bedroom. She has aggervated health issues from this tree, and she cant enjoy her yard because of this tree and she has increased anxiety and stress over this tree.
My tree is not close to her house. Nor does it hang over my fence. She wants this tree cut no matter what. She even had the power line moved that ran thru the tree so she could cut it down. She has cut at least have of its branches down. She says it's dead. It wasnt dead last summer, but I think she may have poisoned it already. Also she says my bushes are encroaching her yard, which I started cutting them down now. She has been sneaking in my yard cutting my bushes and stripping my pine trees . She has killed alot of my stuff next to her fence. Help me please!!@
A: Your neighbor is a nightmare and she is now suing you! You definitely need to engage an attorney to defend you and your property in the lawsuit and potentially assert counterclaims against her.
Contact an attorney who has litigation experience. Most will offer a free initial consultation where you can discuss the facts, your rights, remedies, risks, options, etc.
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