She claims that I or someone here at our house has hit her fence, over four years ago, and she has posted all these signs out on the fence, flashers, boards to delineate her property, and she comes at me and other neighbors in a very threatening manner.
Family Law Attorney
There really isn't much you can do about psycholtic neighbors, but if she assaults (assault means to realistically put you in fear because of a threat that she can immediately carry out) two times and you can prove both times (hopefully with witnesses or video or audiotape where she knows you're aping her), you can take an injunction out against her. Of course, injunctions don't always stop crazy people.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
Mr. Rose is correct. If I gets out of control and you have to legally sufficient acts of violence within six months, you can file am injunction or have lawyer assist you with it..
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Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Document all acts of violence, speak to an attorney, and see if there is sufficient grounds to file for an injunction.
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Residential Real Estate Lawyer
You may want to try security cameras on your home, but do not video your neighbor's property. Security cameras sometimes help stop the insanity because the neighbors realize they are being videotaped and it could be used against them.
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