My wife and I split on November 28 on December 10 we met to talk about what we was gonna do reconcile or divorce she got mad when she found out about me changing bank account info for direct deposit and took off with me in the car she proceeded to say she was gonna smash the vehicle into another vehicle to end both our problems when we finally stopped she grabbed and squeezed my testicles in which I recently had surgery on I filed a report to the police a couple days later after going to the hospital for peeing blood and extreme swelling and pain what kind of assault is this or will they even pursue it
You need to talk to divorce counsel and possibly a personal injury lawyer. This is not a credit repair issue.
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I would make sure a report is filed with the police. Your pain and recent surgery should be noted in the report. I would also suggest that you pursue the divorce and possibly a protective order.
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