He has no right to do so and it could be considered as constraints wich its a criminal action against you
You should denounce the facts in the closer police station and contact a local attorney in order to demand him and get the best divorce arregment for you
Go to the closer police station and denounce he is forbiding you to enter into your own home and even to get your propieties
Once you have done it get a local attorney to put the divorce demand in order to get also legal security
I will be here if needed
Thank you for this. The only hang up is that we have lived as husband and wife in the apartment rent free, the apartment is owned by his parents. I have not paid rent, nor has he, but I invested 30000 Euros of my own money (U.S. inheritance) to upgrade and renovate the apartment and I entirely furnished it with my separate property which was shipped from U.S. What effect would this have on this situation?
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