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My husband is an alcoholic but more than that he is verbally

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My husband is an alcoholic but more than that he is verbally abusive. How do I get him out of my house?
JA: Have you talked to a real estate attorney about this?
Customer: No, but he and all his brothers are Real Estate brokers
JA: Has anything been filed or reported?
Customer: Yes, years ago, but he got in expunged.
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: I have recently had our children and one grandchild and a friend move into our house. I cannot handle him anymore.
Submitted: 11 days ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Thelawman2 replied 11 days ago.

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You can attempt to file for a protective order; however, if he is only verbally abusive and you do not fear for your physical safety or the safety of your children, then you care not able to obtain such a court order. If you can show that he is a danger to you or your children, then you may be able to have a court issue a restraining order that makes him leave your residence.

If you initiate divorce proceedings, you may be able to get the court to grant you a temporary order granting you exclusive use of your residence. You should contact a local divorce attorney in your area who can help you manage you through this process and file the required papers on your behalf.

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