Well then get the divorce going fast. The sooner you go out and actually talk to a lawyer in person and hire one to get it going the sooner he will have to leave. In most states barring any domestic violence at home he will not have to leave until you are divorced. Good luck with your case.
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The fact that the mortgage is in your name is not the only factor considered when determining his right to it. Additionally, you can't have him removed unless he commits an act of domestic violence, where you call the police, or you file a motion.
You need an attorney to get him out of the home which a Judge can order upon good cause.
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You really need to consult with an attorney so as to not proceed under any misconceptions about the law on what you can and cannot do. Plus, you are going to want to understand your rights and what you may be entitled to as part of the divorce proceedings. I urge you to at least consult with an attorney and gain this valuable knowledge before you do anything that might be to your detriment, which will be much harder to undue after the fact. You may certainly contact me at my office if you would like to schedule a consultation. Thank you.
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