Reviewing your reviews, it looks like you did not resolve the complaints to the satisfaction of the buyers nor ebay. That said you do not have a cause of action against ebay unless you informed them while contracting with them that cancelling your account may effect your mental condition (highly unlikely as their terms are not easily modified) As such, you contracted with them to be a seller contingent on their stated terms. You may consider opening a new account with them - or any one of the...
The principal may wish to investigate the origin of a dispute in his school and a facebook comment might be helpful to discern who had begun a conflict and which party was in fact the bully. She may claim she was intimidated, he might argue she gave the access willingly when he asked for it. The Supreme Court Case Morse v Frederick (a/k/a BONG HITS 4 Jesus) gave schools the right to limit speech made off campus. see: http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/06-278.ZS.html
These are the difficult consequences of violating the mandatory insurance laws. Until the matter is resolved is the best answer to your question. If you can't afford minimum insurance - please don't drive - the risks are far to great, as you have learned. Clearly, you had a car, now you will be asked to find means to buy the car you damaged. I would make that a priority before putting money aside to buy yourself another vehicle (with insurance). Hopefully there were no injuries.
These are great issues to discuss with your RI Bankruptcy attorney. You may need some clarification on what portion of the mortgage remains after the discharge because some portion of that mortgage likely survived the discharge. As there is no foreclosure pending yet, you should have it on the market. 20 years of restoration to a historical home sound fascinating.
It sounds like your damages might be worth pursuing a case. Do not wait any longer or you may lose your right to sue after the statute of limitations passes. Meet with a medical malpractice attorney to discuss possible remedies and courses of action to recover your damages soonest.
Talking is not necessarily so bad - but admitting you assaulted him with sandwiches in a public forum may be. Seek a professional consultation in private so as to avoid exposing yourself to any further embarrassment or liability. Your case has complexity - the child the question of his date of divorce etc - that are best handled in private by a practicing professional attorney. Also, personal counselling might be worth considering to help you deal with the sometimes overwhelming emotional...
The child's safety and health are paramount. If necessary enlist the assistance of DCYF for any child in a situation where neglect and or abuse are imminent. The other attorneys here have given you some good advice. It will be best for you to retain one of us to assist you as the process may be difficult to navigate without professional assistance.