In the last 2 weeks my husband has not came home at all overnight for 4 nights. Doesnt tell me where he has been or that he isnt coming home. He has blocked me from calling his cell and has password on his cell so I cant get on there and has where I cant see his friends on Facebook that aren't mutual friends. If I ask him he says its known of my business.
I am changing your practice area to Family Law in hopes you get some good answers from lawyers in that field.
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You can legally change the lock and he is legally allowed to break a window or door or whatever to make his way into his own home.
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