Kenner, LA asked in Child Support for New Jersey

Q: Can I take my ex to court for hacking into my emails and threatening to use them to keep me from filing child support

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Paul Ylvisaker
Paul Ylvisaker
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A: Im not sure what would be in your emails that would be related to sweking child support, but yes you can take him to court for both. You have the criminal and civil actions for breaking into and threatening to disseminate your personal information.

Every parent owes a duty of child support for their minor children.

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Richard Diamond
Richard Diamond
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  • Millburn, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: I would schedule a consultation with a divorce specialist immediately to address what options are available to you to redress your ex's actions. Hacking into former spouses' emails is a serious claim and should be addressed properly by the court system.

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Bari Weinberger
Bari Weinberger
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  • Parsippany, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Thank you for your question. Assuming you have proof of your claims, then you can pursue a Temporary Restraining Order against your ex for harassment due to the violation of your privacy rights via the computer hack. You would benefit from a consult with an attorney to discuss the Temporary Restraining Order process and how a Temporary Restraining Order becomes a Final Restraining Order. During the consult the attorney will go over your rights and options in such an action. I hope this was helpful to you.

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