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My wife wants to move her boyfriend into a flat we joint own. Can I stop her?
My wife and I are separating. The house we live in has two flats she lives in one and my daughter and I in another. She told me today and old flame is moving to our town, and she wants him to move into the flat she stays in with our son. Is there any way I can stop him moving in?
- Dr. StephanieLv 72 months ago
Is the flat community property and is she co-owner? Hmmmmmmm. Better talk to an attorney on this one.
- Andrew SmithLv 72 months ago
You could talk to the "Godfather" and get him to "suggest" that the old flame does not move in. Or do you mean LEGAL options?
- ๒LยЄฬ๏ภ๔ЄгLv 62 months ago
nope. there's nothing you can do about it.
- Anonymous2 months ago
First, when you talk about flats, obviously you aren't in the US. So be careful about any answers giving legal advice. Since both of you own this house, however, I seriously doubt there's anything you can do to stop him from moving in. It would have helped to know your son's age, but if he's a younger child, you might ask a solicitor about it. Your son is already separated from his sister (which is wrong) but now he's being forced to compete for mom's attention with some total stranger? Your wife is being incredibly selfish and immature. No wonder today's kids are so messed up.
- PLv 72 months ago
Your options are limited, but a good attorney could come up with some things to discourage her. You really just need to get the ownership\living situation taken care of as soon as possible.
- 2 months ago
If you son is young, the Courts probably won't be happy with a live in arrangement IF there is no LEGAL separation. If there IS a legal separation, no, there's little you can do. If it's joint property, BOTH of you have to agree to evict. You could, for example, file to evict and she could appear and argue it's joint property.
- i + iLv 72 months ago
One possibility is to "trespass" him for being
on private property, but this would only work
if your wife is ignorant enough to not know
that he is actually permitted because she
invited him onto HER property.
You have been spinning this tale for years.
Will you at some point take mercy on us
and move on to other things?
- 2 months ago
I remember a story like that where the dude's ex girlfriend did the same thing. He thought he was cool with it but he eventually lost his marbles and one day came home and shot the ex wife dead. Her boyfriend wasn't at home at the time. As a man, always try your best to avoid anything that gets on your nerves, even if it means wallking away and taking a loss. You may have to lose the flat but you will have your peace of mind and will be able to heal and start over. I know you will probably ignore my advice though.
- ?Lv 52 months ago
Yes forget the separation go straight for a divorce and tell the judge you're getting a divorce because your wife wants to take your joint property and let her boyfriend move in which is marital infidelity so therefore you sue for divorce based upon marital infidelity.
Ask for punitive monetary damages. Document your wife's marital infidelity.
If your wife was divorcing you she'd be trying to get all your property. That's what you need to do you need to try to get control of all the property based on marital infidelity she broke the contract she should have to pay financial damages