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I suggest that no he has no right to change locks on a home that you own. I suggest that you can try the state police and request an "escort' to your home. You wil need to change the locks back so you have a key once you are there.
I suggest that if he changes them again, you will need to file a divorce in the court and then request an emergency hearing to Order you Temporary Use and Possession
of the home and Temporary custody of the child.
That means that he will have to leave until it is decided by the court who will stay and who will go.
At this time, that is your only option in the state of Maryland.
I am sorry to hear that you are encountering this matter.
If this is a domestic violence
situation, then I suggest you should consider contacting a DV victims' advocacy group who can help you to proceed in the court. You can get contact information in that regard from the District Court
Commissioner or the State's Attorney's office.
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