My divorce stated that all my personal stuff was to be mine I moved out of state then only to return for ex husband and child to have relationship only to ask many times over When I could get my things from the house only to find out that he throw everything of mine away without me knowing about it. Its been months since the last time I tried to ask about my things that might have been still there and being used my his now new girlfriend. He knew I was moving back and I have him on recorder stating he knew full well that he was doing and he didnt care. He also lied to court saying I moved back and never asked I have emails and texts saying differently. I want to be able to go to his house and get my things or what is left of it.
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
I am sorry that you are going through this, if the divore agreement does not have a date, then a reasonable date is anticipated from the court, if your spouse frustrated that process you may use the court to help you. Take care.
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If the decree says that you get what you possess, you're out of luck. If it says that your ex is to keep it and return it to you, that's what he has to do. If the decree is silent, the court normally requires return of personal belongings within a reasonable time after the decree. After one month, the judge will expect your ex to still have it for the return. After one year, not.
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