Q: What are my rights for invasion of privacy by anindividual in the state of Montana and Alabama?
How do I know if I have a case and how do I know what type of attorney to contact? At the very least it’s intentional infliction of emotional distress. Both parties gave information to another person of mine with the sole intent to maliciously destroy me or my life in someway. It’s not OK and it’s still continuing and I don’t know what my rights are but there has to be some thing that protects people from this.
there’s two people involved one is in Montana, which is the state I am located in and the other is in Alabama.
A: Attorneys in the respective jurisdictions could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. It looks like you already have an idea of the legal theories involved, as you mention invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress. You could reach out to attorneys to try to arrange a free initial consult. However, many law firms may not readily handle such matters on a contingency basis. That could mean paying hourly fees to an attorney. You could see what attorneys say, in terms of whether such a matter is cost-effective to pursue. Good luck
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