I live in Galveston County. The neighbor behind me has moved the trailer he and family occupy onto my property. When he first moved in, we had a visit. We each have a 6 ft easement and he was piling a lot of materials he uses for his business onto the entire 12 ft of the easement. He said he wouldn't have anything permanent, and he wouldn't let it encroach onto my property. A couple months ago when I was gone for a few days, he moved several trailers onto his property for his family. But - he moved his trailer onto the end of the easement and about 6-8 ft onto my property. Then he piled all of his extra supplies and other stuff - lawnmower, lots of wood, all kinds of metal, etc. onto my property. He even cleared a lot of bushes I had at the back of my property so he could do all this. A neighbor saw him moving onto my property, one of his workers told him he was on my property, to which he replied "They can go f*** off I don't give a **** what they do". I have sent him a certified, return-receipt requested letter about his encroachment. But now I'm planning on putting up a fence, which would go right thru the middle of his trailer and all of his stuff. If he doesn't respond - or if he does nothing which is what everyone is telling me he's going to do - nothing - then what recourse do I have? I'm disabled and don't have money for an attorney. Is there someone I could call about his living on the easement? Thanks in advance for any help!
ps: I do have a property survey and my property lines were clearly marked - it appears he removed the markers. I explained to him in the letter that I did have a survey done and told him where my property boundaries were.