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Forcing entry into FMH

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3 years 8 months ago #488092 by Chrisb1579
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I been excluded from the marital home as my wife as changed the locks. I have lodged home rights. There are no children at the home. What are the legal implications of forcing entry to the home for example breaking a window.?

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3 years 8 months ago #488094 by Chrisb1579
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Does myomere know the costs of gaining an occupation order nd how long it takes.?

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3 years 8 months ago #488097 by dukey
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How long ago did you leave? How many months?.

Do nothing for now unless a solicitor says you can.

Occupation orders vary in cost, ball park, low end £1500, assuming you have a decent reason, just cause as they say.

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3 years 8 months ago #488103 by Chrisb1579
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I was wrongly asked to leave the property by the police as they said as they had benn called even though there was no incident ( Police Words) locks were changed in the meantime that was on the 14.December 2016

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3 years 8 months ago #488105 by dukey
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If the police asked you to leave it probably to prevent something escalating, there are always two story's, must be hard for the police to say the least.

So locks are changed, but of more importantly is there any kind of an order from the police or court that says you cannot go back?.

If not then you really do need to talk to a solicitor.

If you break back in, chances are you will be subject to some sanction, probably arrest, it would be seen as harassment, possibly worse.

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3 years 8 months ago #488108 by Jedzy
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it is police policy that if they are called to a domestic incident they do not leave both parties in the house overnight - they ask one party to sleep elsewhere.

I think this is to stop incidents escalating when often drink is involved.

Can you write a letter via your solicitor in the first instance?

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3 years 8 months ago #488109 by Chrisb1579
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Solicitor has written to stbx statungbInhave home rights but no answer. I don't have a history of violence or harassment. In fact in 2014 Imwas assessed by Notts County councilmtombe a foster carer and passed with flying colours. The checks the foster service are very extensive interviewing past partners and family members and such like. There is no order preventing going back.

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