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As part owner you can have someone move into the property, the only way she can deny you this right is if she sues you in Court, where the Judge would look at the circumstances of the situation.
and most likely force her to pay for the bills of the house or force her to sell her share to you.
Also in court, you can sue her for the unpaid expenses, if she is 50% owner of the home on the deed, you can ask for 50% of the expenses from her.
So technically if everything goes right, I would still owe her half of what I put into it if I sale it?
Can she stop me from sailing it?
Can she stop me from kicking her out?
Can I do anything about her bringing guys to my house while my son is here and I'm at work. One of these guys I know she had a restraining order out on him for abusing beating her up. And he comes over and plays with my son.
I see. Does it make me look "Good" to a judge if I paid her 30k bills off so we could afford the house together. As well as bought her a car to travel.
Or does her not being faithful even matter in this situation or just her not paying bills?
Plus. If the house goes in foreclosure, Will I be the one that gets messed over or both of us. or can foreclosure be suspended till I sell it?
What if I sold the property and she was nice enough to let me keep the money I put into it. Could I still sue her for the money I paid her bills off with and the car I baught her that I am still paying on. The bills went like this. She paid the mortgage bill. I paid everything else. All other bills. Shes paid in roughly 11k of her, or our, money considering I was paying the other half of the bills.And what all will bankruptcy leave me with? Nothing? I need to take care of the children. Although I'm sure she would get custody. I would hope not though.
I wouldn't get custody for the cheating if I showed proof? Or is that just for marriage or not at all? I don't know what allows me custody. Cause she's real mad at me now cause I found out about her cheating and she threatened to burn the house down if someone else moved in to pay bills. Plus hit me up for child support. So I know I'll have to fight that.
And she has to live in the home if she chooses not to leave, right?
And what would bankruptcy take away from me?
Cheating doesnt help in custody matters for engaged couples?
And I'm sorry for being a burden, and asking questions but I don't know the law well.
What all will bankruptcy do to me? Will I keep the house and lose the mortgage?
Will I keep my possessions?
I know bankruptcy is bad and a last thing I want to do. But What will it do to her spot on the lease and can I still sue her for the 30k? And what consequences does bankruptcy have?
Around how much would a lawyer cost to sue her for unpaid expenses? A decent one.
And am I allowed to sell a home even If I've only had it 1 year?
So after the artition lawsuit will I need a seperate laywer to sue her for unpaid expenses and money for her debts paid? Or same lawayer will do that also?
I think that is all of my questions. I'm new to thi whole mess and lawsuits and things. So I'm sure I'll have some more questions soon.
What can I do if my house burns down all the sudden after she says she'd burn it down but theres no proof she said it.
And She's the type to say I hit her. How can I prove I didn't..Can I record our conversations and interactions......?
We are both officers and she knows a restraining order or violence charge against me would cost my job. She's been telling everyone at work that I'm violent and I'm really not. I'm the easiest going laid back guy ever. I've never raised my voice to her.
How can I protect myself from a false charge like that?
Am I allowed to record our conversation encase she says something incriminating like burning the house down then my house burns down. Or anything else for that matter that might help me in court.
If ky law says I can?
awesome. Thank you so much.
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