I actually getting sick when I see my x-husband, so after I filled divorce, I’m now waiting for the decree, he already signed the paperwork and agreed that the house is mine, but he doesn’t want to move out.
Until you get the Decree of Divorce that says the house is yours, you are stuck. Once you get that Decree, you can give him a 30 day notice and work on evicting him if necessary. If you have not made it very clear in your divorce papers how the transfer of the home is going to occur, you may face additional issues.
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The Decree controls and that determines each of your respective rights to the real estate. You may need the help of law enforcement if the spouse does not move out and it is awarded to you or for you to have exclusive possession of it for the near future.
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