Going through a divorce in Livingston county Michigan
Hopefully you two have attorneys advising you. He can change the locks but you might be able to have them changed back. This is fact-specific information that can't be easily answered with a simple internet query. Please run this by your attorney first.
The opinion that I express should not be considered to be legal advice that can be relied on. It is based only on the limited amount of information provided rather than doing a thorough review of all of the important information that is required to give accurate legal advice. You should consult with an attorney that has extensive background in the area of the law that your are inquiring about.
I agree that you hopefully have an attorney. The internet is not a good place to find specific advise about your cases as different facts can change what the advise should be. If you have an attorney, speak with him or her. If you do not have an attorney, you need to hire one as soon as possible to assist you. Good luck.
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