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Hello, I’m a solicitor and I’m happy to help with your question today. There may be delays in responding as I am away helping other customers but I will get back to you as soon as I can. Please bear with me if I need to ask you some clarifying questions. Thank you.
Hello thanks for your message. Who is the letter from, what is it about and how is it I can help you with this today?
Ok I see. What is your question regarding this please? What would you like to know.
Hello thanks for your patience.
I have read the letter, and she is no advising you do not speak her name. She is not advising you do not speak with your family. She is advising that when you do speak her name and her family, that you do not use defamatory words against her. In essence not to use the words "fake therapist/fraud therapist /liar/psycho/stalker". These are defamatory words and if she finds out you have used such words against her she intend to take legal action. Being on benefits does not prevent this.
You are still able to speak with whoever you want, but I would just recommend you do not use any slanderous words against the individual to stop further problems. You may reply if you wish either denying what she as said or confirming the letter has been received and noted.
I hope this helps.