Seperation Advice


#1

DO NOT LEAVE he can not force you - if he touches you call the police and file a complaint - AND press charges for DV.

jnewman


#2

Dear bailey1:

Greetings. First, I agree with jnewman - DO NOT LEAVE. He cannot kick you out of your home. If you take the car, he can get it back very easily. Go and see an attorney. If he changes the locks while you are out, call the Sheriff and have then let you back in the house. Good luck!

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#3

My husband just sold the pnly vehicle that we had that was in my name.He gave me one of his vehicles, promising to put it in my name but it hasn’t happened. Today he tells me to pack & get out.My question is, can I legally take this car so that I will have a way back & forth to work?I can’t afford to buy anything right now and he says he doesn’t have to provide me with transportation.Please help!!