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Asked on: 9/16/13, 3:16 pm

My house was robbed n used as a party pad by fiance's xwife n the police Will not do anything about it. They tell us that its a he said she said problem. because his xwife claims she had permission to be in the house n take what she wants. The county attorney has mine n my fiance's police reports n has done either. I feel so violated. What can I do to get justice? L

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Answered on: 9/16/13, 3:48 pm by Tricia Dwyer

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Answered on: 9/17/13, 1:31 pm by Maury Beaulier612.240.8005

Based on the information provided, you may be able to file a civil lawsuit for any damages against the ex wife.

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