If you have a reasonable fear of imminent bodily harm, you can get a Protective Order from the court. It's quite easy. Otherwise, you may have to go through eviction proceedings. An attorney would be helpful in assisting you with that.
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If you are living in the same house as a person who is violent to you, on Monday, go to the Crystal Judson Family Support Center and ask for help. You don't need to go through the eviction process, and you should not, because this is not a tenancy where you are a landlord and he is a tenant, you are in a domestic relationship of some sort and he's not getting the hint that it is over.
It isn't his house, it is yours. He may claim that you owe him something, but that is a matter for a family law attorney to sort out AFTER you feel safer and not intimidated. Hope this helps. Elizabeth Powell
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