Well, simply, the Judge first determined that she be the temporary custodian, and then decided that since she's the custodian, she needs a place to stay with the kids. It's more conceivable to move one person out rather than 3. So he ordered you to move. It's not fair. Now see here - Separate property and debt is property that is generally:
1. Owned before marriage by one spouse; or
2. Acquired by gift or will or similar legal way by spouse during marriage; or
3. Declared as such by prenup or postup; or
4. Traceable property purchased by one spouse only; or
Recovery for personal injury
, but not medical expenses or loss of earning capacity.
What you can do is to put in a Motion for Reconsideration and say that because the house will likely be determined your separate property at divorce, the Court needs to go ahead and let you have it, and ask the mother to move out. Now, you can ask that the children be give to you, but if the Judge says no, it's up to you to then say "well, then they should move with the mother." It won't look too good, but it's your choice.
Best of luck in your matter. I'm here if you need any more clarification or follow up info.
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