My husband has left our home and is living somewhere else. I have an appointment with an attorney but it is over a week away. I am going out of town and he wants to come in the home while I'm gone to get "some things". Can I legally have the locks changed since I am the one living here and only let him in while I'm here. I have no problem with him getting stuff from our home but would like to be present when he is doing it.
No - it is still the marital residence and he has every right to come and go as he pleases until a judge deems otherwise.
If you are concerned about what he is going to take, or do - then if I were you I'd postpone the trip until you have your legal ducks in a row.
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