Nasty divorce

Dear jdl1108,

I am not sure what your question is. If you are asking if you are able to move out, you may certainly do so and in that event you may want to put the home on the market. I would suggest you speak to your Husband about putting the home on the market.

Helena M. Nevicosi
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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My husband and I separated October4, 2006. He refused an invite to draw up a separation agreement. The day he left I stated he could stay in the home or I could leave or vice versa. When I got home from work, he had packed and went to his parents home. We went to a joint counseling session on Nov 29, 2006 and he accused me of kicking him out. He finally admitted that he went to his parents home because he had a free place to go to and I did not. I want to move 24 miles away to the neighboring city