How to fight back against and angry ex-wife who has falsely filed for arestrainng order?

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How to fight back against and angry ex-wife who has falsely filed for arestrainng order?

I would like to know what I should do legally –  how to proceed and what papers to file? Here is the situation. My boyfriend and his angry ex-wife divorced about a year ago but legally separated over 2 years ago; he has been out of their home. The ex-wife has gone crazy on us ever since I came in the picture. She is jealous that her ex-husband has moved on and started a life of his own. She is jealous that when her 4 kids come over that they enjoy being with us. This women, everyday sends her ex nasty emails and texts and calls me all sorts of names as well as my kids. She stalks the ho use, etc.

Asked on November 29, 2011 under Criminal Law, New Jersey

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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

If you are dealing with an unacceptable situation concerning the former wife where you believe that a face to face sit down will not resolve the problems with her and her barrage of perceived inappropriate messages to you and your boyfriend, I suggest that you consult with a family law attorney as to the possibility of filing a petition for a restraining order against her in return prohibiting the conduct as to you that she has recently displayed.

It is best that you have legal representation concerning the situation that you are facing as opposed to you representing yourself.

In this country, all people have the right to be left alone from unwanted and unacceptable social behavior. The longer the behavior of the former wife continues, the greater the chances are that it will become worse as to you.


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