So I'll set the scene: I took out an intervention order (IVO) against an individual, and long story short, was awarded damages from the individual in a concurrent case (out of court settlement) on the proviso that I dropped the IVO against the individual. I wont get into the details of the IVO as I had already planned on dropping it, due to plans to move houses, but maintained that I wished not to be contacted. The money was transferred into a trust account set up by the opposing law firm, but they insisted upon holding the money until the IVO was formally dropped in the Magistrates Court. In a little over a week the IVO is to be dropped, I was however allowed access to some of the money to pay for the bond etc. for the property I very recently moved into. On Monday and Wednesday, I received letters in the mail from the individual, and a relative of theirs - I believe the content is irrelevant here. I have spoken to my lawyer and we both agree that the only way they could have found out my new address is via the opposing law firm whom paid the real estate agents directly. I am 100% sure that there is no other way that they could have found out where I live. This may seem a little convoluted, but it's because I don't want to be too identifying in what I have written. The major issue here is the serious breach of my privacy. Is there anything I can do about it beyond moving again?