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Im in the process of a divorce, my husband moved out. Now

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I'm in the process of a divorce, my husband moved out. Now im payinf the mortgage. However he still has motorcycles tools etc stored here. Can I charge him for storage? Or demand that he gets things out???

Until the divorce is finalized, these items are all marital property and need to be divided between the two of you. Until that occurs, you each have equal rights and obligations as to these items of property. With this in mind, there is no legal authority to charge for storage.


As to demanding that it be removed, you might want to hold off on that. Until everything is divided, you don't yet know with certainty what property will go where. Having said that, if you are certain that the property will go to him, you can certainly request that he remove the items. Once the divorce is finalized, then you should have the ability to demand that he remove the items that belong to him.

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