I moved here a year ago next month and have worked here but have no proof besides the People that are here that know I get allowance weekly and things are rocky now but he's been my provider as of next month a year...I gave up my storage and my car to come here, when my son was here at Christmas he gave me a car in front of him and now says it's not mine but yes it is in his name... Do I have anything to atand on here? And yes I know there's no common law here any more... He's a multi millionaire he owns a marina here
There is no such thing as palimony (alimony from someone who is an unmarried significant other). If you have minor children together, then he would owe you support. As far as the car, if he gave it as an unconditional gift, it's yours. You just have to prove that, and your son could probably help.
You are in a high-risk/low-commitment relationship with him. I think he might have trouble tossing you out onto the street without an eviction, but if he does obtain an order of possession, you will be lawfully kicked out.
Be smart and begin developing a safety net with friends & family.
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