I have lived in my home for 9 years within the last 3 years i did a contract with my landlord to buy the home. My wife wanted nothing to do with it and is not on the contract at all. Does she have the right to keep my home? She has just filed a injuction on me with false information. She has moved in someone into my home with out my permisson. What can I do to get my home back? Can I do anything to get my home back?
Your have a number of issues here. The major Jen is the injunction. You need to get off line and into a family law attorney’s office ASAP. Your rights and your wife’s rights to the home have likely been temporarily adjudicated by the Judge who heard the injunction case.
You likely need to develop a bigger strategy than just getting your wife out of the home.
This is her residence, so you have to bring her to court to get her out. If the other person established residency you need a court action to remove that person too. You should see a lawyer as soon as possible. This isn't a do-it-yourself project since you have an injunction filed against you.
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I agree, you should NOT be seeking legal advice for this matter on line, and if you REALLY want to protect your interest, consult with a good local family law attorney ASAP.
Hope this helps.
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