No. Hell hath no fury... Have a local lawyer defend and countersue. The court will get to the bottom of this nonsense.
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Without a lot more detailed information, it is not possible to answer your question. Since you now have been sued, you should immediately turn over the suit papers to your renters insurance company or your homeowners insurance company and ask them to defend the claim against you.
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I absolutely agree with Attorney Lassen. You need to hire local counsel to assist you on various fronts with the problem described. If you would like, I know an outstanding attorney in Austin who would be happy to speak with you in greater detail. My email is email@example.com Good luck with an obviously very difficult situation.
Each communication needs to be reviewed independently. Statements made to CPS during an investigation are almost assuredly protected. Statements to her employer may or may not be defamatory. And, the truth is a defense to defamation claims. There may be insurance issues involved -- may homeowners policies have defamation riders that would provide a defense to you for free. If you have been sued, you should contact an attorney. And, keep all of your records. If there is something posted on the internet by your ex, copy it now before it is removed. I would speak to an attorney about the matter ASAP if you have been sued. You do have a deadline to answer.
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