do a motion to extend the order of protection.
your order of exclusive possession is good until the divorce case ends.
the judge has to decide if the house is marital or your husband's non marital property. if non marital, you will have to leave. if marital, if you want it, you may have to buy him out.
go see a lawyer. give all the info and papers to the lawyer to get real advice.
Make sure you maintain exclusive possession of the residence during the pendency of your divorce. Ask that the OP be extended. The issue of whether the residence must be deemed non-marital will be addressed during the divorce and if awarded ti your husband, you may have to leave, but if you have an interest in the home, despite the trust and your having waived homestead right, you may have to buy out his interest.
It is assumed you have an attorney. If you do not, you need one immediately. If you need the name of an excellent attorney in Burr Ridge, contact me privately.
His "premarital" asset couold now be a marital asset. You could have more rights to the house than your husband would have you believe.The waiver of homestead does not hurt your position.
Consult with a lawyer.
The court continues to have jurisdiction over the home and who lives in the home. It makes a lot of sence to get a dissolution of marriage action on file. This give a divorce court the authority to deal with the OP questions, exclusive possession and all other issues related to your broken down marriage. Consult an attorney to get this going preferably in in DuPage. You would be much happier conducting the proceedings in DuPage County.
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