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right to share marital home during divorce

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15 Mar 08 #16843 by 71Berrbuck
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My husband moved out and I am divorcing him and have changed the locks. Can he insist on moving back in as the house is half his?.

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15 Mar 08 #16845 by loobyloo
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I moved out with kids my x2b changed locks etc and have had no access to house (still have goods kids stuff etc in there) I believe i can gain entry but must pay for damage, is it worth that
ask legal advice re residency as to keep him out
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15 Mar 08 #16848 by Elle
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He can move back in if there is no Court order to the contrary.
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15 Mar 08 #16865 by curlygirly
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I did the same thing. He was bashing on about the house being half his. Legally he can - but with us , practicalities turn out that it becomes unworkable anyway.

He said that he had the right to have the house for a certain time and that I was to vacate it at a certain time so that he and whoever he wanted could spend time and he would still pay half the morgtage.

So I told him to stick it and stop paying the mortage. I've had to pay his half and take on another job to do it but I've been doing it for 7 months now and its not that bad.

They just love throwing their weight around. Keep the doors locked at all times and he will soon get bored.

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