Yes, divorce from bed and board, if granted, could eject your spouse from the marital residence. You must have fault grounds for this claim, but it sounds like you do and you can prove the fault ground.
Divorce from bed and board can eject a spouse from the marital residence and create a separation if one spouse refuses to leave or refuses to voluntarily enter into a separation agreement. Divorce from bed and board could help your situation by forcing a physical separation. It would not effect equitable distribution, child custody, or alimony but the evidence used to prove the fault ground could also be used to prove marital fault for alimony purposes if applicable.
For more detailed information on divorce from bed and board and the necessary fault grounds, check out our article What is a Divorce from Bed and Board?
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