What If He Doesn't Follow Court Ordered Agreement?


#1

Please, can someone help me with this question? THANKS


#2

No, you cannot get rid of his stuff. You can file a Motion in the Cause, and have the court order him, once again, to get his stuff out. If he doesn’t he’ll be in contempt, and the court will probably provide some alternate options for you at that time. But, if you get rid of his stuff, you could end up paying him for the loss of property. Let the court handle it!

Good luck,

Shonnese D. Stanback
Attorney
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#3

My estranged husband and I went through mediation with our attorneys and finally came to an agreement. The agreement was then signed by us, our attorneys and a judge. Part of the agreement was that he would remove all of his “stored” belongings within 10 days. (He moved out in November). 10 days have passed and he has made no attempt to retrieve his items. What can I do now…Call Salvation Army?..Have a yard sale?