grandson moves into my house without my permission I know he is there, he and wife seperate, she has him removed, moves in, how to evict her

Asked on June 28, 2009 under Real Estate Law, Virginia

Answers:

M.T.G., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 11 years ago | Contributor

I am unclear about this situation.  Do they pay rent?  Do you live in the house?  How long have they lived there?  Although you say they moved in without your permission did you do anything about it?  If she is at your home unlawfully she is a trespasser: she intentionally and without consent or permission entered your house.  An easy way to "evict" her is to call the police and have her arrested, but depending on the answer to the questions I asked, that may be an issue.   You need to seek legal help on the best way to get her out.  At the very least she may be a squatter.  You can look here at attorneypages.com for starters.   


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