The answer to any question that starts with can is... of course.
The question should not be can you do it, it should be should it be done? Removing personal property is often times an emotional response to a situation. Seldom does the removal of property dictate what happens with the property at the end of the day.
It is also important to know what is being done with the property once it is being taken. Is it being hidden, sold, transferred to another person?
Talk to your attorney, or if you don't have an attorney, I suggest you hire one as quickly as possible.
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There is nothing inherently wrong with removing property. At the end of the day, the court (or the parties) will decide how to divide things. This incident shows one of the problems of living together during a divorce.
If you feel property is being taken in order to hide them or something else improper, you probably need a restraining order preventing it.
Do you have a lawyer? If not, sounds like you need one.Ask a similar question
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