sorry to have to tell you that unless there is a court order preventing her
coming into the house or unless the house has been dealt with as part of the
ancillary matters of the divorce, then this is the marital home and it is in
joint names and she is free to come and go as she wishes.
can move back in if she wishes.
sorry to have to tell you that she is right, it is her house (obviously along
with you) and she can go there whenever she wants and you cannot stop her.
is no allegation of violence so an exclusion order is out of the question.
respect therefore the sooner the house is dealt with was part of the divorce
proceedings, the sooner you will be able to exclude her provided of course that
you can come to an agreement with the finances of the house.
regard to any items that she takes, you can of course make her account for
those in the division of the marital assets.
change the locks, she can actually break-in and you will be responsible for the
costs of the repairs.
sorry, I appreciate that this is not the answer you wanted but there is no
point in me misleading you. I have a duty to advise you openly and honestly
even if that answer is unfavourable.
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