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Legal Seperation - Whos House?

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25 Apr 12 #326592 by jayegee201
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Hi there,

I have currently been Legaly Seperated from my ex wife for 2 and a half years now. currently she has moved into her own home and has set herself up with a comfy life now. it has came to the point though where she has been given advice that she can still move into my house just now as it is in joint names until a resoloution has been given. currently though things between me and the ex have became nasty and the ex wife and her daughter from a previous relationship have became abusive to me in the forms of verbal and the threatining of physical abuse. she has also written graffetti on my drive way and broke into my garage - but is unable to get access to the house as i have changed the locks, but it is getting to the extent that i feel threatened in my own home. I have already contact the police and my lawyer is very helpful in the situation - but my question is, has she legally got a right to access and move into my house even after such a long period of time and as well as this, i do have a daughter with this woman - any help would be appreciated now thanks again.

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25 Apr 12 #326620 by Fiona
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Are you actually divorced and is there a Separation Agreement registered through the courts?

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