Need Advise


#1

Run as fast as you can to a family lawyer, mine didn’t have grounds neither and yet he got my child, all marital property and the house I cleaned and babied for 20 years, all because he had control of all the monies, run fast and don’t look back.
GBWY, Liberty


#2

The hard part you have to accept is your marriage is over.
Thats hard I know but its true.

If he is dumb enough to change the locks call the cops.
malicous turning out of doors is grounds for a divorce from bed and board. (the courts kick him out).

Second articales of incorpartion are on file with the state. Officers of the Inc should be listed. So proving you were more then an employee should be doable.

GET A LAWYER. DO NOT MOVE. HE CANNOT FORCE YOU.
GET A LAWYER, GET A LAWYER, GET A LAWYER, GET A LAWYER, GET A LAWYER, GET A LAWYER, GET A LAWYER, GET A LAWYER, GET A LAWYER, GET A LAWYER,

Third is he cheating on you? Check phone records\emails etc. He may not be I wasnt when I left but I am constantly accused of having an affair.

Forth seek professional help to get through this. If you have insurance that will help.

jnewman


#3

Dear pooh:

Greetings. If he changes the locks, call the police and have them help you get back in, as he cannot summarily eject you from your home! You can still get part of his business if he created it during the marriage, despite what he is doing now, so just go and speak with an attorney right now. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
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#4

My husband is trying to get me to leave him. He told me the marriage is over, but he has no grounds for a divorce. He has told me that he will change the locks on our home. He states that we will be married room-mates if I do not leave and that he will come and go as he pleases. He is trying to get me to file for a divorce, so that he does not have too. Please give me some advise as I am at my wits end, not knowing if I can get in the house when I leave to go to work or shopping. He has been divorced before and lost everything except his business. I am the Inc. portion of his business. He told me that he has taken me off as sec/treasure of his business. He refuses to let me see the corportation papers. I was under the impression that when he incorporated I was a partner, not an employee. Please get back to me asap.