I'm married to a woman for 3 years .she has two adult children 27 30 .they I fell are always around and affecting my marriage both live on there own.is there anything I can do legally.to stop them from interfering with my marriage.
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): New Hampshire
Nothing but a lot of out fights come from this she thinks it is ok but I do not like it
Hello and thank you for the opportunity to assist you. There may be a slight delay between your follow ups and my replies as I am typing out my answer. Please remember that this is general information only, not legal advice, and no attorney-client relationship is formed.I am very sorry for your situation. Can you please tell me:-whose name is XXXXX XXXXX deed/lease of the property?-have the adult children threatened or hurt you in any way?This not an answer, but an Information Request. I need this information to answer your question. Please reply, so I can answer your question. I look forward to helping you.
My name on deed of property.wife says dauter is trying to break us up today. So she can have full control of her mommy.
Thank you. You say that your name is XXXXX XXXXX property - but your wife's is not, correct?
Yes my property is under my name
Every thing is under my name
Thank you.You can do two things here:1) Tell them to stop coming to the property. You are the owner and you can tell them not to visit. While this sounds harsh and may become an issue with your wife, in the end, it is your decision as to who comes to the property. Since your wife is not on the deed, she cannot make this decision. If push comes to shove, you can call the police and ask them to escort them out. While often the police may be wary of being involved in a family matter, this may be the fastest way to resolve them being there and causing issues.2) As for general interaction, this is much harder to stop. You can file a restraining order against them if they threaten you, and you have reasonable apprehension of bodily harm from said threat. Any of the following elements would do:-threatens your safety-follows, approaches, or confronts you-appears near your home, place of employment, school, or other place where you normally can be found-causes damage to your home or property-places an object on your property, either directly or through a third person,-causes injury to your pet, or-communicates with you in such a way to make you afraid.Section 633:3-a StalkingOften, the mere threat of filing such a restraining order does wonders to "cool" their approach to you, even if in reality, the request may not be held up unless the Court finds that such behavior has occurred.I hope this finds you well. Please click Reply to Expert to keep talking, or rate my answer when we are finished. Kindly rate my answer as one of the top three faces only when you are ready (otherwise, hit REPLY to chat more), because this is how I get credit for my time with you. I work very hard to formulate an informative answer for you; please reciprocate my good faith. (You may always ask follow ups free after rating.)
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