A former employee is in a divorce dispute and the opposing party sent multiple subpoenas for my bank records without providing notice to me. The records were released to this party without giving me any notice and opportunity to object. In addition, this person has filed statements in court alleging that I am assisting my former employee with hiding money, which is without merit. What remedy do I have for them obtaining and using my bank records in a divorce proceeding without sending me notice, as well as their defamatory statements? This came to my attention after the records had already been produced and used in court. Sanctions? Civil Harassment Restraining Order? Civil Suit?Thank you for the answer. I am the account holder on the bank records. The subpoena shows that no Notice to Consumer was sent to me, only to the party to the divorce, who is NOT an account holder on the bank records. I do not believe the bank should have released the records since the Notice to Consumer was not sent to any account holder on the bank records. How can I obtain protections to ensure that this person does not continue to subpoena my records without notifying me? Also there is an issue with the person falsifying proofs of service of the original Notice to Consumer to the party to the divorce. They never received the NTC. The process server can't be located; it's a bogus address and phone number.
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