My husband and I had separation agreements. There are many things he promised to do but not done yet, for example: to help me to buy a car (I will pay for the car), teach me driving, renew my military ID card so that I can continue to get my medical insurance, etc... Now he hide away and I can't find him. I am looking for a lawyer to sue him. Meanwhile because I was angry for his cheating on me, if I email to, call and text him many times a day (I just push him to communicate with me), is it legal? Or is it harassing and illegal?
Stop, the harder you chase the farther he will run. Get a lawyer asap to pursue temporary orders for your insurance and let him handle or counsel you on all communications with him. The Texas penal code does make harassment and stalking crimes. Good luck and go easy on yourself too. It’s one of life’s most difficult transitions but somehow we survive it.
I agree with the previous answer. You need an attorney. You can go after him for the things you wish, but constantly calling/emailing/texting him can get you in trouble with criminal statutes on harassment. Hire an attorney as soon as you can.
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