If my husband doesn’t want to be together and I move out, will that hurt my chances of getting anything?

Asked on January 19, 2013 under Family Law, Ohio

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Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

Under the laws of all states in this country it is recognized that sometimes it is best for one spouse to leave the other spouse and move out of the shared residence for the good of both of them. As such, if you move put of your unit shared by you and your husband, your moving out will have no negative effect upon and marital dissolution filing for you.


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