Can a husband lock his wife out of the house?
No, she legally may not lock you out of your matrimonial home. Neither spouse can lock the other out of the home they shared as spouses unless and only if there is a court order requiring it (e.g., a protective order barring you from the house), or after disposition of the home is determined in the divorce.
Can I stop my spouse from divorcing me?
A separation is a practice divorce. If your spouse wants to leave, you can't stop him, but you also don't have to be the one to go. Don't talk about your spouse with family and friends. They'll naturally turn against him, and if/when you reconcile it will be tough to maintain those relationships.
What to do when you want a divorce and your spouse won’t leave?
Open the lines of communication. The goal is to start a dialogue and discuss the situation as openly and honestly as possible. Often just talking it over candidly can help a reluctant spouse begin to accept the reality of the situation.
How do I protect my assets from my husband’s ex wife?
The easy answer is to protect your assets that were established prior to becoming married is to have a prenuptial agreement executed. This clearly establishes what you owned prior to being married, and assuming it is executed and signed properly, would always stand to protect those assets.