My sister and her husband is going through a divorce and my sister got a pa on him and was able to stay in the house they lived in together ,my sister then went to South Carolina with a friend and is staying there temporary until the divorce is over she rented me the house month to month till she return but now the husband somehow has the the house back and wants me to leave which I have no problem at all but he comes over everyday banging on the door yelling at me yelling me to get out I told him I'm looking and will be out in 30 days and he's still bothering me what can I do I'm really scared that he may do something to me as he has a history of harassment.
Have you talked to the police? I don't practice criminal law, but harassment comes to mind, as does stalking. Pennsylvania has a very good anti-stalking bill. You can also talk to an attorney in your area to see if they have any advice for you. Someone should read the PFA that your sister got to see if it prevents him from coming back to the house, or if it just orders him to stay away from your sister. If he's prohibited from being near the house, then he's in violation of his order.
I'm changing the practice area of your question from Divorce to Domestic violence, so your question comes to the attention of someone with more concrete suggestions for you.
Good luck to you. With something so pressing, I urge you to talk to police and attorney in your area as soon as possible.
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You can petition the court for an order of protection. Need additional facts including the other party's side of the story to determine whether the court will issue the relief you have requested.
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