Roger : Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a litigation attorney.
Roger : thanks for your question. I'll be glad to assist.
Roger : If you purchased these things and didn't give them to her, then they're still yours.
Roger : You can certainly oblige her and sue for the recovery of your property. You could sue for trespass to chattles and conversion.
So you are saying that i can sue, I don't live at the house anymore, and is this law applocaple in the State of florida?
Roger : If it's your stuff, then it's your stuff.
Roger : She's holding your property hostage, and against your will. You have a right to recover your things.
Roger : Just because you broke up and you don't live together anymore doesn't entitle her to keep all of your things.
What if she claims it was a gift?
Roger : If she can't prove that, and you maintain that it was not a gift, the court should side with you.
Would i have to present purchase reciepts? Which i have , to prove it .
Roger : If you can prove it, that would be of a great benefit to you - - especially if she contests it.
Well i guess that answers my question, thank you very much. I will file in small claims court to rtrieve my stuff, do you think that 's the way to go?
Roger : If she refuses to turn the items over, then that's really the only option you have.
Thank you very much.
Roger : No problem.