Temporary Findings and Order say that "parties may continue to occupy the same residence . . ." and "Both parties are restrained from entering the residence of the other party except by mutual agreement". I moved out because he was making my life miserable, becoming very controlling, I was concerned that the situation might become dangerous. Most personal property is still in the house.
Now he insists that I have to give him 24 notice before entering the house or he will change the locks and require that I make an appointment before entering the house. Can he make this demand? Can he lock me out if I don't comply?
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