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HelloThis is Samuel. I am sorry to hear of this matter. You will need to file for an "unlawful detainer" against anyone not on the lease who is still living there.I do not participate in phone calls offered by this site, but give me a few minutes and I will post the procedures to do that here for you. Thanks for your patience.
The definition of and process for proceeding on an unlawful detainer is described in Florida Statutes Chapter 82.
You will need to be able to prove to the court that
1) the person was invited into your home,
2) the person was not a tenant (did not pay any rent)
3) you asked them to leave, and they refused.
I suggest you will want to go to the clerk of the court where the property is located and request the documents for an unlawful detainer. File that against the Wife and others living there. Also file a contempt on the eviction you have against the Husband.
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