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19 May 12 #331685 by PhoebeBlue
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My husband and I are due to attend our 2nd mediation meeting on the 29th. I know my husband is dragging his feet. We live in the same house and have done since separating 5 months ago. It''s intolerable!! My main objective is to sort out living arrangements. How long should I give him???How many sessions???? I know for a fact he''s being as difficult as he can be and fear we could be in this position for many more months. Six weeks over the summer in the same house - arghhhhhh!!!! Any ideas / advice??:S

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20 May 12 #331743 by MrsMathsisfun
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From your previous post it seems that your ex doesnt want to move out.

If it is you who wants the divorce then I can see why he is dragging his feet.

Why should he move out of his home unless he know that he will be able to afford to live elsewhere?

Legally the only way he can be forced to move out is by a court.

What reassurance can you offer him that by leaving, he will be provided with money to purchase his own property and that he will see as much of his children as he wants.

Think you need to be prepared for this situation to go on for a while yet, unless your prepared to be the one who moves out.

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