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01 Jun 12 #334498 by Cathy100
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After my husband had an affaire we separated and I went away for a few weeks. On my return he vacated the marital home. I had asked him not to move his new family in whilst I was away but he did and the house was filthy.
I have now said that I will not vacate the house until I get my settlement and he has moved into a property owned by his mother with his new family.
As I go away a lot due to the fact that the house is next to our business that he still runs he is threatening to break in and take over the house when I am away.
Does anyone know if he can do this?
I have no where to go or move my belongings until I get my settlement but I don’t want to be here all the time and I am now worried about going away.

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01 Jun 12 #334595 by ditchedagain11
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If the property is jointly owned there is nothing to stop either of you moving people in. All of this kinda thing will be resolved by mediation through the divorce. Stay as calm as you can and STAY in the house ok.

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03 Jun 12 #334874 by Cathy100
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Thanks for your reply
Regards Cathy

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