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How do i get him out

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19 Jan 08 #11176 by bellister
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Hi everyone, well after 20 years he has met someone on the internet, he is having affair, my divorce petition is in the court, so divorce is just starting , how do i get him to leave house as he is ringing his lover in front of me and does not even bother trying to hide it. Help !!!!!!

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19 Jan 08 #11179 by Fiona
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I can understand your frustration but he has every right to stay as you. Have you considered moving out yourself?

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19 Jan 08 #11180 by bellister
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yes, but he is trying to force me to sell house, but my solicitor says he ca not, as he has assets more than the house tucked away in his name. solicitor thinks i will easily end with house. so i just want to live here in peace.. no kids. oh by the way he is going just wont go until divorce done which will take months as he is denying everything just to be awkward.

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19 Jan 08 #11182 by Fiona
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The usual legal advice is to stay put so that's probably why he won't leave. Only you can decide ultimately whether to put up with it or leave, you can't make him go unless he's being abusive

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19 Jan 08 #11184 by bellister
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well thanks for advice, i will have to tough it out, he thinks what his in his name he keeps and does not have to share anything, ie savings , pensions, as all in his name. my solicitor says this is not so i i should end upwith 60% of assets as we can prove affair. what do you think?

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19 Jan 08 #11186 by Fiona
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All the assets go into the 'pot' to be shared but the division depends on the big picture. Your sol has all the details so their advice is most likely to be along the right lines.

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19 Jan 08 #11187 by zozo
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Hi bell

Yes it is true what your so. is saying. You will have a share in all these things he has although they are in his name. The percentage of share does not depend on the reason of divorce which is adultery in your case. It depend on the lenght of mariage and how much your earning is. How much you contributed into this marriage.

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