I am sorry to hear about your troubles. I am glad to hear, however, that you got out of a violent situation.
If your husband will not comply with your requests, unfortunately, you will probably have to sue him to get your stuff out of the house. You should talk to a lawyer in your area about filing a, action for equitable distribution, custody, child support and alimony, if you are eligible. You can also include a Motion for Interim Distribution to ask a judge to order him to let you back in the house to get your personal belongings, as well as to order him to give you a copy of the insurance card.
Shonnese D. Stanback
The Rosen Law Firm
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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