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The House is in Both Of Our Names and My Spouse is Asking Me to Move Out. Do I Have to?

Answer: No. Without a court order to the contrary, you do not have to move out. You have as much right to remain in the home as your spouse does.

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Richard and Kari are staunch advocates of the non-court approach to divorce, and are also active and seasoned litigators with over 60 years of combined trial experience in the Illinois divorce courts of Cook, DuPage, and Will counties.

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1 S 660 Midwest Road Suite 320 Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

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