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If you move out of your house, you may be required to obtain a court order to obtain your possessions. It typically is best to prevent him from returning.
Since you are concerned about your safety, you may consider obtaining a family violence
protection order based on fear of physical harm. This will prevent your husband from being able to return to the home.
You will need to go to the local courthouse to obtain the FVPO. The clerk will give you the forms and assist you. The judge will immediately sign the FVPO if the forms on their face appear that you are in reasonable fear of harm
There will be a hearing at a later date to extend the FVPO. If he violates the order and appears at your home, you may have him immediately arrested.
Here is an explanation of requirements and procedures to obtain a FVPO:
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