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09 Apr 08 #18991 by steve112
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Hi I finally moved out of my home! I know there are some brilliant peeps on this site and it would be grear if you could answer me prob!

Steve

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09 Apr 08 #18992 by steve112
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btw house in joint names!

steve

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09 Apr 08 #18996 by anotherone
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Hi Steve112,

Sorry can't help with regards to your question, but would just like to say well done on moving out no one should have to put up with that sort of behaviour.

Good luck and I am sure your kids will love coming to your new place.

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09 Apr 08 #18997 by LittleMrMike
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I hate to say it, but she can change the locks.

If the house is in joint names you have a right to be there by virtue of ownership, but I think I would try a polite approach saying you would like to make an appointment to remove your personal effects, perhaps with some one neutral there to act as a referee !

Mike

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09 Apr 08 #19016 by rubytuesday
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Hi Steve

Really glad to hear that you have moved out - i hope that life will get better for you now, and that you and your children find the happiness you all deserve.

Mike's advice is good, having someone else there to act as a neutral referee/witness is also a safegaurd for your own safety.
Be strong, Steve, a whole new life awaits you.

Hugs

Ruby xxx

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