i walked out on husband, left our apartment and everything i owned. He took everything to his mothers house and moved out of apartment. A lot of the property was left to me by my dead grandma.
If you can prove which stuff is yours via pictures, a will, etc., then you can see for replevin.
The best I can say is maybe. It depends on how long it was abandoned, where it is, and how much you are willing to spend on it and how much it is worth. The first step is to communicate with your husband, no matter how hard it may be to reclaim your property. Then send a written notice to him. Then contact an attorney either a divorce or property attorney.
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