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#349672 - 02/10/08 10:02 PM Re: will this help to get husband out of house [Re: Pops_IL_CP_Dad]
Debi Offline
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Registered: 06/03/05
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have a friend living in WI. He moved out of his rented home leaving his son and wife to stay. A couple of months later, he went there (don't remember why) and when he went to the door, he could see her and her BF making out on the couch. He broke a window to get in. (he felt justified -- he was still paying the rent and his child was asleep in another room). He did a lot of screaming and yelling at her, told BF to leave.

She called the cops. They arrested him for breaking and entering and charged him with domestic violence.

He was told by his judge that once you move out and establish another residence, you have no right to the original residence, whether or not you are paying the rent.

That's Wisconsin...


-----> Unless the court commisioner is a [email][email protected][/email] and allows the party who has moved out to move back in. (I am in WI) X asked for that and it was granted. He didn't break anything down to get in, he had a CO saying he could do it. My choice was to move out if I didn't like it. He had been living at his parents house, I had no where to go. It was a looonnnngggg 4 months.
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#349673 - 02/10/08 10:05 PM Re: will this help to get husband out of house [Re: PhoenixRising]
Debi Offline
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PR. My situation has been over for 7 years so there is no case for anything. The CC knew he was living at his parents house and that I had no where to go. I think he just thought it would be fun to do this to us. Everyone in this county who has dealt with family law knows this CC He's a jack @ss to the nth degree.
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#349674 - 02/11/08 01:41 AM Re:Pops-IL [Re: icwal]
jaiye Offline
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Registered: 10/28/05
Posts: 860
After the divorce is filed I don't believe you can remove him from the insurance untill the divorce was final. My X tried to pull that crap and he was ordered to put me back on.

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#349675 - 02/11/08 02:40 AM Re: will this help to get husband out of house [Re: Debi]
almostheaven Offline
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Registered: 07/14/04
Posts: 10468
Loc: West Virginia
He can stay a man til the cows come home, but I don't have the time to keep up with everyone's gender. Unless he uses a username that's definately male, or let's on that he's male in each post, I'm likely to think of "kim" still yet and think he's a she. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
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#349676 - 02/11/08 02:44 AM That is true with health insurance... [Re: jaiye]
almostheaven Offline
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Registered: 07/14/04
Posts: 10468
Loc: West Virginia
Not with auto though.
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#349677 - 02/12/08 05:07 AM Re: POPS_IL [Re: almostheaven]
icwal Offline
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Registered: 11/19/07
Posts: 334
Now i am ticked. I have been reading a couple of your posts in the last couple of days and you talk all mighty about whats good for the child, how you have to protect your child, etc... However You seem to have no problem with a spouse committing adultry while they are still married AND still living in the house and how it tears apart a family or families (in my case). WOW if you don't think that damages kids you are way out of touch. I cannot believe that you find it soooo ok to keep living in the same house.
Don't even come back and say that you did not say that because you did.

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#349678 - 02/12/08 05:48 AM Re: POPS_IL [Re: icwal]
Pops_IL_CP_Dad Offline
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Registered: 02/02/08
Posts: 406
Loc: Illinois
Quote:
Now i am ticked. I have been reading a couple of your posts in the last couple of days and you talk all mighty about whats good for the child, how you have to protect your child, etc... However You seem to have no problem with a spouse committing adultry while they are still married AND still living in the house and how it tears apart a family or families (in my case). WOW if you don't think that damages kids you are way out of touch. I cannot believe that you find it soooo ok to keep living in the same house.
Don't even come back and say that you did not say that because you did.


NEVER have I said I condone adultery -- no matter where a person lives. NEVER. That is why I divorced MY wife. I KNOW how it tears a family apart. That is why I divorced MY wife.

I NEVER said I thought it was, as you have ERRONEOUSLY MISQUOTED me, "soooo ok to keep living in the same house".

What I SAID was your husband has a RIGHT to live in HIS house.

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#349679 - 02/12/08 06:22 AM Re:Pops-IL [Re: icwal]
Pops_IL_CP_Dad Offline
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Registered: 02/02/08
Posts: 406
Loc: Illinois
Quote:
... I want my daughter to know that this is not acceptable in the way you live your life. The only bad thing that I do say to my daughter about all this is that what he is doing is morally wrong and that I never want her to think this is ok. ...


And yes, you bet your sweet a$$ that I do, "talk all mighty about whats good for the child, how you have to protect your child". I know first hand, as a child of divorce with a very bitter father, how important it is to protect a child from, not only, denigrating conversations about the other parent, but also a parent's overt, blatant, and condescending attitude toward the other parent. Telling your daughter that her father is immoral is WAY out of line. Don't you know that damages HER???

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#349680 - 02/13/08 12:50 AM Re:Pops-IL [Re: Pops_IL_CP_Dad]
icwal Offline
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Registered: 11/19/07
Posts: 334
Quote - by POPS_IL

I can't see that it makes any difference where he chooses to spend his time whether it be at his GF, a bar, a friend's house, the park... He might even be sleeping over from time to time -- or even regularly. So what? He's actually doing you a favor by being gone a lot. Neither of you have to put up with the other one.

So, since he isn't there alot, what difference does it make to you if he moves or not? Sounds like you're being a little unreasonable here. It is his house, too, and it's where he has chosen to live. (legal term here--legal residence)

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If your ex-wife decided to smoke pot in front of your child, you would not say anything to your child about that behavior not being appropriate? Wow thats scary. So anything your ex-wife does in front of your child is cool with you, no matter if it is illegal or not, no matter if it's immoral or not?

I also find it hard to believe that you have NEVER said anything bad to your son about your ex-wife. Must be nice to be such an upstanding perfect parent.

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#349681 - 02/13/08 01:16 AM Re:Pops-IL [Re: icwal]
Pops_IL_CP_Dad Offline
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Registered: 02/02/08
Posts: 406
Loc: Illinois
gah -- no wonder he went and found someone else
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