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Good afternoon. I am sorry to hear about what you are going through and dealing with at this time. To have her removed, you would need a court order. For that to happen, you would need to essentially file for divorce and ask the Judge to order that she vacate from the home. You can share that she had an affair and that you are the primary caregiver to the children and that you want custody of them and to allow them to remain in the home with you. Absent a court order, the fact that she had an affair does not give you a right to physically remove her. This is not a criminal matter, so the police will not get involved. As such, you can not have her removed and if she does not voluntarily leave, you would need to have it ordered by the court.
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