Institutional abuse, by my abusive x, constant relentless litigations, every other year. How do I fight it? Help!

Asked over 1 year ago - Tobyhanna, PA

Every other year, he files a complaint against me. He's extreamlyagressive domestic violence was an issue,now he's controlling me thru the court. What can I do?

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  1. Randi Joy Silverman

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    Answered . You should retain an attorney to handle this matter for you. If he is abusing the system, there are ways to prevent him from filing a new action without court permission under the right circumstances.

    My response is based solely on the limited information contained in the question. It is not meant to substitute... more
  2. Lidia L. Alperovich


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    Answered . Hard to say without knowing more about his complaints. Abuse of process may be the way

  3. Stephen Andrew Hamer

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    Answered . Regarding domestic violence: call the police every time.

    I do not know what he is filing complaints for against you. My suggestion is.... NO CONTACT with him. MOVE. If you have no children, get him out of your life for good. Speak to local attorney if you need help. Good Luck!

    I HOPE I WAS HELPFUL. Steve Hamer answers questions on Avvo for general information and not as legal advice.... more

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