Changing locks


#1

Is it possible something happened to her? You could always go to the police and file a missing person report–that would be prudent, in case she really is in trouble. If not, it’ll surely shake her out of her tree. In the meantime, call an attorney and schedule a consultation about your situation. Be sure to give him/her as much information as you can so they can help you. If the jokes about your life insurance constituted a credible threat that you could prove, I would suggest a restraining order, but I think you’re pushing it.


#2

Unfortunately, I don’t have a good answer for you. You have a very unusual situation. I suppose that you could move to a new apartment once your lease expires. Hopefully the manager will notify you if she shows up.

Good luck.

Lee S. Rosen
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
The Rosen Law Firm
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
Rosen.com
(919)787-6668

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#3

Well new change of events. I was able to have my wife come to the office and sign the lease over to me. And she is agreeing to sign the Separation Agreement and do a non-contested.

But I need some advise on this separation agreement. My appolgies for spelling typos as I had to manual enter it in.

This is the Post-Nuptial agreement we have with each other. The sep. argeement is below. It’s menchened in the separation agreement.


  1. All property which belongs to each of the above parties shall and shell forever remain, there personal estate, including all interest, rents, pensions retirement funds, and profits which may accrue from said property and said property shell remain forever free of claim by the other.

  2. Husband shell have sole and exclusive rights to the describe person and real property listed on Appendix A

  3. Wife shell have sole and exclusive rights to described personal and real property listed on Appendix B,

  4. The Parties shell have at all times the full right and authority, in all respects the same as each would have not married, to use sell, enjoy, manage, gift, and convey property that presently belongs to him or her as listed in Husband Appendix A and Wife Appendix B.

  5. In the event of a separation or divorce, the parties shall have not right against each other by way of claims for support, alimony, alimony in gross, maintenance, compensation, or division of property. With the exception of child support, in the event of separation or divorce both parties agree to the courts ruling on child support.

  6. In the event of a separation or divorce marital property acquired after marriage shell nevertheless remain subject to division, ether by agreement or judicial determination.

  7. Money that


#4

With all due respect, this is a Q&A forum, not a pro bono site from what I can see. Pay the $150 and ask an attorney to look at this for you.


#5

I am sorry, but this is not something that we can do on-line. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#6

7 months of marriage and am having a problem I can’t find my wife, so I can have a paper served to tell her not to enter. I can get the locks changed but the manager of the apartment said that if I did that she could still get a key to the apartment. Because she is on the lease. I can’t remove her off the lease because I need to get her to sign a paper or will need a court order. But she is no where to be found. I told her friend to tell her that I want notification of when and what time she is going to pick up here stuff at the apartment. What can I do at this point. What do I need to do to protect my self as well as my personal property. I did ask about putting keyed locks on the bedroom doors which I did. They said that was ok.

I am scared of her, The first 3 months she kept, joklying talked about my life insurance policy every day even joked how she would do it.