Sounds like you should be bothered. You also have a way to make it stop. It’s called domestic criminal trespass and your husband can be charged with it if he comes on the property without your permission. I would suggest sending him a letter instructing him not to come back to the residence, and then you can have him charged.
You may also want to consider changing the locks.
You need to be aware that after the divorce judgment goes through that both of you lose the right to sue the other for property distribution (called equitable distribution; you can read more about it on our website), alimony, and post-separation support. If you aren’t interested in alimony or PSS, you may just want to let the divorce go through, though. After it’s final, he has no claim to the marital residence.
This assumes you haven’t signed a separation agreement, of course.
As far as the nasty emails, there’s not much more you can do, really. People who are determined to email nasty stuff can find a way to do it. If blocking addresses isn’t working, I would suggest deleting them. If you don’t respond, he’ll probably get bored. You may want to consider printing them and keeping them first, though. Emails can be pretty good evidence, should you ever need it.
David L. McGuire
The Rosen Law Firm
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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