Q: How to get my ex girlfriend out of my house in own in Alachua County Florida
I own my home my ex girlfriend is living there.The relationship has gotten so bad I have asked her to leave. She refuses she has said your not getting me out that easy.she don't want it to end but I do. I have no battery charges in the past..since she doesn't want to leave she called the police and had me arrest for battery..I got a no contact upon release. She stays in my house I own. The State drops the charges due to the evidence did not provide information that she was really battered. So all charges dropped. She still will not leave. I work & don't have a lot of money for a bunch of court stuff. She said you want me out evict me. I am afraid she is gonna keep trying the get me arrested just to stay there.She says I will call the police and say you hit me. She said she will do anything to get me in trouble again. How can I get her out of my home I own, since the battery is dropped can I file a injunction. I want her out before she tries to get me in trouble again. She is crazy.
A: You indicate that you "... don't have a lot of money for a bunch of court stuff ...", and at the same time ask if you can "fine an injunction". Filing an application for an injunction (or order that she leave) is indeed "court stuff", and that's probably what you will have to do.
A: I agree with Attorney Thorgaard. This is court stuff and very tricky court stuff at that. You need to seek the advise of a landlord tenant attorney in the Gainseville area to develop a strategy to get her out of the home. You situation is too complex for us to give you the advice you need here on this site.
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