Does my ex-husband have the right to enter the premises for his personal property after the 90 days he was given has expired?

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Does my ex-husband have the right to enter the premises for his personal property after the 90 days he was given has expired?

It’s been 90 days, plus 7 1/2 months and he just now is asking to come back on premises after he threatened to take me back to court to take away my alimony. This is destructive/abusive relationship case. I don’t want him on the premises. He has come back on the premises without my permission/knowledge at the time and taken 3 items that he was supposed to leave. I did not contact the police at the time because divorce was final and I had thought we would be finished with all of this by now. The divorce was finalized almost 10 months ago.

Asked on April 23, 2012 under Family Law, Ohio

Answers:

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

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

Okay well you need to change the locks on the house for the first thing. Possibly consider installing an alarm system as well.  He does not have the right to come back on the premises.  Now, lets put aside the legalities of if he has a right to get his things.  Although you may ultimately win on that issue is it worth the fight with this guy?  I would make arrangements to meet him at a neutral place for him to come and get his things.  DO NOT BE THERE ALONE.  In fact, I would ask two neutral parties- if there is still one after the divorce - to be there with you when he comes. One should be male. And if this continues consider a restraining order.  Good luck.


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