My husband is throwing all of our belongings around, breaking some, and continuous threats of leaving things outside in the rain. Since he thinks we are going to steal everything before a divorce can take place, he threatened to put up cameras everywhere.
My daughters are working on getting their personal property of the property but leaving all marrital assets in place.
We called the cops yesterday because he was throwing engine part to my truck out of the garage. And we will be getting a restraining order tomorrow when the courts open.
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CAN he put up cameras without your consent? Yes. Are there possible invasion of privacy concerns? Yes. Can you possibly get a protective order that keeps him out of the house, and then take down his cameras? Yes. The bigger question is why you haven't already filed for divorce under these circumstances? And why you would worry about cameras if you aren't taking anything that you aren't entitled to? Indeed, with the claims he is making, you would do well to very carefully document what is in the house now, what is being taken, and what is going to be left behind.
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