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He legally cannot stop you from accessing your own home unless there has been a court order granting him use and possession. But if you're worried about your safety, it may be better to file a Motion for Access, asking the judge to grant you the right to go in and pick up your things at a specific day and time. If you have a court order, you can ask police to go with you just to ensure that there isn't any problem.
If you requested documents but did not serve an official Request for Production of Documents, you can serve that now. He has 30 days to produce them. If you gave her the Request and he didn't reply after 30 days, you can request a discovery conference with his lawyers. After the conference (or if they ignore your requests), you can file a Motion to Compel.
You can file a request for temporary alimony at any time. If the request has been made and no action taken, you can file a Motion for Alimony Hearing. And a Motion to Enforce Settlement should get you an order that he needs to pay the credit card. If he still doesn't do it, then you could file a Motion for Contempt.
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