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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.You can move back there at any time until you have agreed and signed such OR a court has ordered the house to one of you.
You're attorney is correct and your "estranged" spouse - no he is not your "ex"
Yes. I understood nothing was filed. Discuss with your attorney the Marital Separation Agreement. Maybe consider going to mediation to see how the marital assets should be divided. The fact he has lived there will be taken into consideration. Any money that was marital will need to be included in that distinction.
And as I stated, if you move back the police cannot remove you. It's your home. And if it was bought during the marriage you are entitled to a share of the equity.
You can request a change to any agreement regarding custody. It's done with a Modification.
The concept of a legal separation does not exist in Pennsylvania. That is, unlike other states, spouses do not need to file a document requesting the court to issue a determination that they are officially separated, often referred to as a separate maintenance order. Instead, spouses may contract privately to physically separate and declare their marriage over. In so doing, they can contract for the division of their property.
In other words, if you two agree to a marital separation agreement, as to how the marital property will be distributed, it will be accepted by they courts.I guess, I should have asked if the home was acquired during the marriage. If it was, then you are entitled to a share.