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My wife moved out in August. We have signed a separation agreement but she is holding out on the property settlement papers. What action can I take to get her stuff out of my house. In the separation papers she signed over the house and car. I now want her belongings clothes, personal items, etc out of MY house. Can I put her stuff in a storage unit and make her pay for it? What can I do that will not be counted as endangering her things? And what about her cat and bird she refuses to come and get and now I am taking care of?

by Ian   1 Post
Posted on 1/11/2008 7:37 PM

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I'm not an attorney, but I think if she signed the house over to you than you have the right to put her things in a secure place out of your way until things settle down. Carefully box up her items and place them in the garage or closet your not using. After a while when she thinks it's not driving you crazy anymore she will probably be driving you crazy to come get them. If your really ready for this to be over, hire an attorney and push things along. At that point she will be told to get her things or you will have the option of doing whatever you want with them.
by Bunnee   115 Posts
Posted on 1/12/2008 10:24 AM
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