How do I stop a divorce in Mississippi?
Mississippi gives more leeway to spouses who want to fight a divorce than many other jurisdictions. With ‘irreconcilable differences’ off the table, the divorce-seeking spouse will have to provide fault-based grounds for divorce. The other spouse can contest their grounds in an effort to stop the divorce proceedings.
Can you date your spouse while separated?
You can date your spouse, even have sex with your spouse — because as far as you’re concerned, divorce is not in the cards. But please be careful. If you have filed for a fault divorce, you may lose grounds for divorce in your state if you date or have sexual relations with your spouse during a period of separation.
Can I kick my wife out if I own the house?
A dwelling exclusion order, or “kick out” order, is a legal document that gives you the right to exclude your spouse from your home. Once the court grants the dwelling exclusion order under Family Code 6321, your spouse must leave the residence or face legal consequences such as arrest.
Can my spouse kick me out?
In the event of a family law separation, both parties are legally entitled to live in the family home. It does not matter whose name is on the ownership of the house. There is no presumption that the wife or the husband has to leave the house. Under the law, you cannot kick each other out.