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I am sorry to read about your difficulties.
If your stepson is a threat to you and his siblings, you may seek for a Restraining Order.You would obtain the forms at the Clerk's office. If the Court grants your application for a Restraining Order, he would be prevented from living at the house. However, this may not sit well with your husband. So, in the end, you would need the cooperation of your husband in order to remove his son from your home.
Thank you for the information. I am truly sorry for the situation that you have found yourself in. It is a no-win situation. In any event, you cannot kick him out if your husband wants him to stay unless you go the route of obtaining a Restraining Order, which would not be good for your relationship with your husband. You may just have to wait him out and hopefully, he would be out of there before he causes major strain to your marriage.
I wish that I had better news for you.
If I offered to leave the home (except to care for the children so they don't suffer additional stress) until the older son leaves, would it be unreasonable for me to request financial support?
Response: No, it would not be under the circumstances.
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