Change the locks(its that simple)
[:)] If you do not want her in the house change locks and have her locked up for criminal trespassing bet she wouldnt do that again [:D]
My treid and I told her the samething she never cameback so nice without
Greetings. You can send your spouse a letter concerning domestic criminal trespass, and change the locks. Best of luck.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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My wife and I were sepparated two months ago. She lives with my parents and will not establish residence. She comes and goes in and out of our house and takes anything she wants. I need to know how to stop this from happening. Can I prevent her from comming in the house?