Q: Am i allowed to take items out of our home to the pond shop bc husband won't support family financially?
I am in a abusive marriage and decided to leave him. I am working with social workers who help me go through the court/legal process. I have a TRO and he cannot contact me or his children. He refuses to support his children financially. He pays for rent and major bills but refuses to give me money to cover my expenses for me and the kids. He buys a little groceries just so we dont starve but it is not enough for me and my three kids. I need money to file for divorce. I am a stay at hm mom. Do i have the legal right to take some of our electonics to the pond shop? Or other items that are 'ours'? I have absolutely no money at all. Hawaii/he is military
Looks like ONE of the lawyers doesn't like my spelling. I speak three languages, I am not from America. I am sorry that i have offended you. Defenetly a lawyer that i would not hire!
A: Hire an attorney and get the advice that you need about this. At least go to speak with a family attorney in your area and have a full discussion.
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A: it's "pawn shop", by the way.
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