Work interference


#1

Dear jaysdad:

Greetings. You may be able to sue her civilly for tortious interference with employment. Also, if you are paying alimony by court order, you may want to move to modify the same. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#2

I’d like some input on how to protect my rights. My ex-wife recently sent documents to my employer that were private and embarassing though no illegality was involved. These papers made the rounds in the organization, eventually landing on the desk of the big boss. I was not fired, as the ex had hoped, though my future in the organization will clearly be impacted by this. The divorce decree did not contain a non-interference clause as the separation agreement had. What can I do?