He is on the deed of my separate residence. He insists on using it. How can I remain separated if he keeps insisting on coming to this place?
If your spouse is on the deed along with you, then the house is marital property for family law/equitable distribution purposes.
Depending on the situation, you can change the locks when he leaves. But this is not advisable in all circumstances.
Otherwise, you would have to move out to initiate the separation period or present him with a separation agreement and negotiate the terms prior to the separation occurring.
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