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Can you please tell me what state is involved in your question? I cannot see it on my screen right now. I may need the information so that I can look up the law in your jurisdiction.
Why do you feel that moving in with that particular friend is your only option?
I'll look forward to hearing from you,
Jane Doe Deer
In regards XXXXX XXXXX child custody battle, if you move out and move in with another person, male or female, the court is going to take a look at that person in regard to the person's suitability for being around children. Negatives include any kind of criminal background, of course; use of tobacco, alcohol, or drugs; and a lot of partying.
But why not stay where you are and get your husband to move out? Was it his house before the marriage? If not, you may be able to get that to happen, and then you can get a roommate to help pay the costs.
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we live in a mobile home on his parents land! the mobile home was bought by my dad and i before we got married! i have no place to put the mobile home and its too old to be put into a mobile home park! my plan will be to sell it to him if thats what it comes down too. so thats why i cant make him move! wish i could though!!!
Sorry about the delay in responding. Why can't you just kick hubby out of the trailer? That's pretty common, and since it's more yours than his you should be able to do that.
Well, good luck to you. Somehow you sound like a nice woman, and I wish you the very best!
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