Can a parent keep the kids from the other parent who is in the military, stationed in another state?
Can a relationship survive separation?
How can I have my husband submit to a drug test if he wants to pick our kids up?
How do I get a legal separation?
Is it legal to relocate with a child out of the country?
What can you tell me about receiving a legal separation in the navy for adultery?
What is the legal age in which you can move out of your parents home in PA?
I don't want to move out.
Final decisions will be legally determined by the separation contract. Guardianship of children and original ownership are factors that lead to not moving.
If it is a legal separation, who moves out is determined in the drafting of the separation. It is determined between the two of you.
The person who moves out is usually the person who initiates the seperation. However if the residence is in your name only you have the right to stay put.
In a legal seperation the courts will decide who has to move out. If you have children the parent with custody will get to keep the house.
In a legal separation, it is whichever individual who wants to move out. If neither individual wants to move, the legal basis is for the filer to move out.
There is not set answer to that. It's something you need to talk about. You and your spouse need to come to a conclusion of who needs to find somewhere else to go. Or you could each live in the home part time.
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