Since you are not married, and are both on the title to the house, you will have a hard time forcing the other party out of the house. A court might order it, but there would have to be some extreme circumstances (domestic violence) to make that happen.
As far as your child is concerned, if she tries to leave, you should ask the court for temporary emergency custody. If she leaves, you will have to find her in order to get custody, but the court may issue an exparte (on your own) order, which will make her return with the child once she is found. North Carolina is does not base custody of the child on the gender of the parent, so a father has just as much chance to get custody as a mother.
Child support calculations can take into consideration income from any source. So, I would certainly argue to a court that she has income from her inheritance (which may be more than she was getting from her job.)
If you do not give another person permission to access your individual bank account, then it is a crime. You should contact the local district attorney’s office.
Shonnese D. Stanback
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