exgirlfriend has my belonging in our house
Started by jayha2 , Feb 10 2014 12:49 AM
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Posted 10 February 2014 - 12:49 AM
recently my girlfriend and i broke up.after months of her leaving in the morning and not returning home till night time.leaving me home to take care of her/our children,not biological children to me.she was helping a friend.she got mad at me and refused to talk to me.so i went to her friends house.knocked on the door.to have her friend tell me my girlfriend wished to not speak to me.so i went to take my vehicle back,to find she had stolen my key from my key ring.
i called the police to get my property back.but the officer made me give my house key back.found out next day they had no right to take my key.im not on the lease but i have lived there constant for 2 years.and paid bill.but because she was on H.U.D.i did not receive mail there.now she is refusing to return my property.
what do i do???i just want my stuff so i can move on with my life.
Posted 10 February 2014 - 04:40 AM
I suggest you write her a letter specifying what property you want returned and requesting a time when you can show up to get it. Send it via certified mail, return receipt requested, and keep a copy for your records. If she is http://www.dailypress.com/health/health-notes-blog/dp-health-notes-peninsula-brain-injury-support-group-lobbies-for-more-funds-at-general-assembly-20140210,0,4244189.story unresponsive you might have to sue her for the property. Show your copy of the letter to a local attorney and follow his or her advice as to what to do next. Good luck!
Posted 10 February 2014 - 08:50 AM
ok but do i have the right to be in my home??
Posted 10 February 2014 - 09:27 AM
In any future posts, please put spaces between sentences and use proper capitalization. It makes what you write much easier for others to read.
recently my girlfriend and i broke up.after months of her leaving in the morning and not returning home till night time.leaving me home to take care of her/our children,not biological children to me.
So...none of them are your children?
so i went to take my vehicle back,to find she had stolen my key from my key ring.
ok but do i have the right to be in my home?
I guess what you're saying is that your girlfriend somehow obtained your key to her home where you were living together and is now not allowing you access to retrieve your personal belongings. If that's the case, and if the local police won't assist you, you'll need to sue her.
Posted 10 February 2014 - 11:47 AM
10 year old daughter, i have been a father figure for 8-9 years.
14 year old so, lived with his grand mother the first 4 years the girl friend and i where together.
the key that was stolen was to my vehicle that i allowed girlfriend to drive.after calling cop the retreived my keys,but took the house key to our home.
Posted 10 February 2014 - 03:46 PM
It's unclear how the police "made" you give "[your] house key back" (and in the later post you say "took the house key".
"but because she was on H.U.D.i did not receive mail there."
In other words, you know that you shouldn't have been living there.
If all you want is your stuff back, then you file a writ of replevin action against her if she's refusing to let you get it and the cops won't talk with her about it.
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