Can I legally force my ex to change back what he altered in our house and property?
We are separated, he is living in the house and I have to couch surf. What he didnt throw out of mine, he burned. Courts did not give him sole possession of the house.(we never took that step for fear that they would force it to be sold) He moved his gf in and they have altered inside the house and knocked down trees outside, moved boulders, and added a 2nd driveway. (I pay the taxes which will now increase) Oh, the 2nd driveway is on the adjacent owners property. They are never out that way to see what he has basically stolen from them.
All thes legal questions, see a solicitor and get some professional advice instead of asking a bunch of amateurs.
I know that I need to ask a lawyer but i cant afford the consultation fee as well as the downpayment for svs if I can get some advice from someone who has gone thru it too.
Even if you get some advice from someone who has gone thru the same thing - you will still need an attorney. Try Legal Aid.
This is such a complex situation, I mean with all the renovations he did and illegal usage of a neighbor's property. My question to you is: Why is your name still on the title? You could be liable for a law-suit just as much as he is if the city comes after him for renos without a permit, or if the neighbor gets wind of what happened. And why are you paying expenses when you don't live there?
Just sell the property and remove your name from the lease or ask him to buy you out asap. Let him have fun with his new gal and move on. You need to get a divorce, not a separation.
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