Can i get a trespass order against my girlfriend that is in vacacion? She is not on the lease and pays nothing and I want her out of my house, can I also have her stuff removed from the house? How can I do it all? And for how long could I get that trespass order active?
No. Again refer to the other time you asked this. If you refuse to simply pony up and hire a local landlord lawyer expect costly legal problems.
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Mr. Klurfeld is correct, hire an attorney. Self-help is not an option and will result in you losing a case and having damages ordered against you. If you know she is out of town, you cannot serve her to try to avoid proper service, either.
No. First, you need to grow up and handle relationship disputes like a adult. That does not entail trying to evict your girlfriend when she is on vacation or trying to get bogus trespass orders. You sit down like adults and work it out that she leaves or you handle it properly which may entail a number of other options, some of which will involve you retaining a lawyer at your expense. If you made the decision to co-habitate with someone you now have to deal with the responsibilities of that relationship not working out.
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As I said the FIRST time you asked this question, most likely - NO, NO, and you CAN'T (or you shouldn't, by yourself anyway). You most likely need the assistance of the COURT now (unless she agrees to vacate voluntarily)
And in that regard, I once more strongly suggest you consult with a lawyer, or YOU take the risk.
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