Seperation


#1

If you rented the property and his name has not been added to the rental agreement then you could always move. Your other option is divorce from bed and board, on the grounds that he has made your life unbearable and is a finacial strain on you. That may be questionable since it’s rental property, but you could talk with an attorney on that. You are legally separated the day that you begin living separate and apart. You do not have to file anything to be separated although a separation agreement would protect you. But in order to file that, he would have to agree, and sounds like he won’t. You can only file for divorce after one year and one day of living separate and apart from each other. If you can get him to leave, then legally he can not return unless invited.


#2
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[i]Originally posted by stepmother[/i] [br]If you rented the property and his name has not been added to the rental agreement then you could always move. Your other option is divorce from bed and board, on the grounds that he has made your life unbearable and is a finacial strain on you. That may be questionable since it's rental property, but you could talk with an attorney on that. You are legally separated the day that you begin living separate and apart. You do not have to file anything to be separated although a separation agreement would protect you. But in order to file that, he would have to agree, and sounds like he won't. You can only file for divorce after one year and one day of living separate and apart from each other. If you can get him to leave, then legally he can not return unless invited.

#3

I am sorry , I think I reposted my original post. Ooops…I am new here. And so stressed out. I just want this man to leave. He has sex addiction and it makes me very uncomfortable, I fear he will try something with my daughters. Or watch porno in my home. Or even worse. I just really need this man out. Please help me.


#4

Dear Ineedsolice:

Greetings. See an attorney immediately. If he lied to you then the marriage may be based on fraud and you may have some grounds for annulment. Stop listening to the liar and go see an attorney immediately concerning your options. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#5

I have been married three months and I am very unhappy. He has misrepresented himself and lies. He has ran his business into ground, uses money from business for personal, has lied to customers and taken huge deposits in which are now gone and he has no way to pay them back. He is never home before 1:00 AM and does not pay any bills in this house. He now sleeps on couch and I am stressed and want out. He tells me that I can not get a divorce until we have been seperated a year, then qouted saying that he is not gone, and is not leaving. He then stated that legally he had to be gone two days before I could file a legal seperation. I am so stressed and emotionally exhausted. Is there anything I can do to get him out of my home? I am the only one on this lease, I rented the property when I first moved to NC 5 years ago. Please help!

Laura