Perhaps he is just lazy. If there is no order of protection contact your husband and ask him to put in a change of address so that he gets his
mail in a timely manner.
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He probably doesn't want creditors to know where he is. If you are the SOLE owner of the house, you can have his mail automatically forwarded if you know where he resides.
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None of this makes a lot of sense. But sometimes people do silly things when they're divorcing (and even when they're no.)
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