First ask him to leave and if that don't work then go to the police station and tell them you need there help to get you husband to move out...then if that don't work file papers to get divorce and then that will show him it's over...but remember never be without people(adults you know) when you do this. good luck! I would say that it depends on your individual situation and the type of abuse. If he is physically abusive, its easier to prove and you can certainly get help from a domestic violence center. Most will help you even without physical abuse. I know some people have been successful at changing the locks, and leaving their mates' items locked safely in storage. Or arranging a time for him to come get his things when there is someone with you. Good Luck!
Call the police and/or get a restraining order.
Abusive relationships are never a good thing. Cut your losses before it becomes worse.
You need to get a lawyer and get these kids in the grandmothers house, like now.
If he come to the house you are living in and is abusive then you can ask him to leave. If he refuses to leave then call Local Police and explain why you are calling. The Police should then come to the house and talk with both you and the ex-boyfriend. Police will then decide if ex-boyfriend should be arrested or not.
Yes he does, his name is Jason Felts. They own a house together.
If the boyfriend is not the baby's father, of course you can. If the boyfriend is the father, you can keep him from staying at your house, as you can with any other person, but he still has rights to see his child, in which case the transferring of the child from one parent to another may require him to stop by.
No, but you can give your opinion. Do you have a father who can file for custody?
if she's ok with it but technically you're still considered a child.
No, she is still a child. The parents are still responsible for her.
Only if it is ordered by the court. You can not decide on your own!
Call the police on him when you are not home, so he cannot harm you. Make sure you tell them not only that he wont leave, but that he is abusive. If you're worried that he will come after you after that, make sure you tell them that too. They can help you out safely, don't try and do it on your own.
If your boyfriend was willing to support you and your child, you would be living there. To continue to have sex with him is not a good idea since he he has shown that he only wants the sex and not you.
No after leaving the BB house she dated Nick from BB, after a period of time together outside the house they realized they were not compatible (she was interviewed by Julie on BB9 on 3-19).
Occasionally. The parent should be removed from the house or the child from the home. To start to heal the relationship the parent has to gain the child's trust, sometimes it cannot be gained thru a counselor
Because when House was young his dad has cruel and some what abusive to him.
no after all she deserves something
If a parent placed a child in someone's care, while knowing the person or the home was unsafe, the parents could be accused of neglect for the well-being of the child.But, if a parent had no knowledge the babysitter was abusive, the parents shouldn't be held accountable. For example: A woman allows the father of her child to take the child for a weekend visitation. He in turn takes the child to his girlfriend's house, where the girlfriend abuses the child. The mother is notheld responsible.
maybe he was hopeing that you would move in together or maybe he's afraid of commitment.
No, they are still a minor. The parents are responsible for the child until they reach 18.
Not without the intervention of a court or child services division. Her brother would need to be given legal custody.
No! After seeing the movie Problem Child 2, I wouldn't take any chances!
yes she can
You do what I did......I called his ex and her and I went to his house, confronted him and dumped him together!! Her and I are now great friends!