We do not want to do this unless it is the only option but are going broke as we speak...do I have the right to have the house listed and sold or do I need her permission also? If I decide to do a move in...it will not be not good! Can she claim that this is her residential property and since I had to get a new place she has more rights than I do to stay there since I have established a new address...kind of like a landlord and tenants rights?
are you still there?
No restraining orders have ever been filed...she is the hot head! Thanks for your help in this matter!! Finally an answer to my rights instead of just hers...I think I am paying my attorney for her benefit! Have a great day!
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