Eviction


#1

By this I assume that you mean you want to separate and she is unwilling to leave? Or you have left the home but would like to move back?

You could file for Divorce from Bed & Board if the home was not deeded to the marriage. I suggest consulting an attorney. Divorce from Bed & Board is time consuming and normally only a formality since one party has usually already left the home.
A separation agreement could be written up to state a specific time frame that she has to leave the property, if you have already separated, and stating that the home will remain your property alone.


#2
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[i]Originally posted by sec[/i] [br]My wife and I have been married for 18 months. I owned the house that we reside in previous to the marriage. She is not on the title or the mortgage. We currently reside in the house together. Although we have agreed on getting divorced, she has refused to leave the house or pay for any utilities or any house related item. How can I force her to leave?

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#3

Has your wife committed any acts of marital misconduct?

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#4

My wife and I have been married for 18 months. I owned the house that we reside in previous to the marriage. She is not on the title or the mortgage. Although we have agreed on getting divorced, she has refused to leave the house or pay for any utilities or any house related item. How can I force her to leave?

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