Greetings. If your wife has been out for over 50 days, have your attorney send a letter about Domestic Criminal Trespass and to amend the complaint to include a claim for Equitable Distribution. Change your locks and move on. You can get the child support from your spouse now, even if she is living with you, so have your attorney set that issue separately.
You cannot make someone change their character. Talk to them frankly and try to come to an agreement on actions to be taken and when you can reasonably expect them to occur. Also, be clear on what the outcome of each action will likely be.
Yes, in my opinion you should not let her back in.
Why? My point here is why continue to be in litigation, just move towards resolution instead of punishment by the court - which will not leave you in any better situation.
Best of luck … what county do you live in?
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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