I agree with the other attorneys. On a personal note, maybe you and your wife should try a new life change such as move to a different appartment if possible. Sometimes a change like that can relieve some stress and maybe take away some of the tension between your family. Sometimes you get luck and make some nice new neighbors and new restaurants in the new area will give you and your wife some new things to spend time together. Anyway, I don't have any other legal advise to offer, but I hope you and your wife get back to the basic and can put all this behind you. I think you time would be better spent in other ways besides more stress of a civil action.
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Unfortunately nothing you posted indicates you have grounds to sue anyone.
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It sounds like an unfortunate situation, but I don't see a basis to due anyone.
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It sounds like the apartment may have you listed as a trespasser. You need to stay away until your lawyer is able to talk to the complex and the courts to ensure you are legally entitled to return.