Can My Spouse Refuse to Move Out During the Divorce?

One of the most common issues divorcing couples face during the ending of their marriage is who should move out, and when. Once you have determined you no longer want to be married, it can be difficult to live together, even for one more day. Oftentimes, couples argue over who gets to stay in the marital home, and in some particularly contentious situations, parties refuse to move out as a power move, simply to bother the other. This is obviously particularly more difficult when there are children involved, as you may not want to have your child witness such conflicts between the two of you.

The truth of the matter is, the courts cannot force someone out of their own home, unless there are proven acts of domestic violence. Whether one party refuses to admit the relationship is over, or cannot afford to move out, this can be an incredibly uncomfortable situation. Overall, in order to make any headway regarding your spouse’s refusal to move out, you will need to enlist in the help of an attorney you can trust to protect you and your rights--such as ours at The Virga Law Firm, P.A.

Contact Our Experienced & Trusted Lawyers Today

Are you seeking an attorney to advise you throughout the divorce process? If so, look no further than The Virga Law Firm, P.A., where we are dedicated to helping you move forward as seamlessly as possible. No matter how complex your particular situation, we have the tools and resources necessary to resolve it with ease. You won’t regret having us on your side during this process.  

Are you interested in speaking to someone from our firm? Call (800) 822-5170 at your earliest convenience.

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