You need to hire a lawyer, file a Petition for Divorce and request Temporary Orders, set it for hearing, serve him; and then show up for the hearing with admissible evidence of the allegations. Good luck.
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I agree with the advice given above. You need to hire an attorney, have your husband served, set the case for a temporary orders hearing and prove your allegations in court.
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