Our house has been on the market for 7 months with no offers. I have no idea how long it will take to sell it and move on with our lives, but in the mean time, we are forced to both live in the house. He pretty much moved out...he removed all of his things, and only comes to the house when its his nights with the kids, and even then he often takes them to his parent's home.
So if I agree with this, it basically allows him to say that until we sell the house, I can't bring anyone I'm seeing into the home. We've been separated for a year. I have no idea how long it will take until we finally sell the house and I do not like the idea of him placing limits on my personal life, especially when he is barely in the home.
Has anyone had this before and if so, how did it work? Was it time limited? Did it just account for over night stays? Help....I feel very frustrated and controlled and don't know how to proceed.
W/H-currently has a new girlfriend. We are still living in same house.
My lawyer said it is not legally enforceable. It is a moral issue. You can add it, but it is hard to enforce.
Just reword it so states only when children are present.
"Keep your face always toward the sunshine - and shadows will fall behind you."
The reason we both still reside in the same house is because we have a big mortgage that neither of us can afford solo, and neither of us can afford 1/2 the mortgage plus a 3 bedroom apt rental. So we're stuck in this situation. Fortunately, he mostly sleeps out of the house so we don't interface all the time, but its a bad, bad circumstance anyway. Thanks everyone for the feedback, its helpful.