There may come a time when you and your spouse decide you can no longer be married. However, you can’t yet afford to live in separate spaces. This can become a problem, because you’re not getting along, but you still have to somehow manage to share the same living space. Here’s what you need to do to avoid a domestic violence complaint or a temporary restraining order being lodged against you.
Exhibiting any of these behaviors can affect the outcome of your divorce, and it can also have a negative effect on your ability to see your children when you do move out, so avoid all 10 of these behaviors at all costs.
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