It is not for everyone to live separately in the same house. Sometimes things happen a bit differently than expected. I've heard of this happening in a variety of ways, but the basic line is that husbands occasionally throw their wives out of the marital house. Can they pull it off? In most cases, yes.
The simplest way for a husband to get rid of his wife is to have her sleep with another man and then have her killed. This is what many women do when they're no longer interested in their husbands. They sleep with other men and then go away for a while until he misses them and then they return and tell him they've found someone more attractive. After his friends have been killed, he'll usually agree that she's come back too soon and they should try again sometime.
In some cultures it's traditional for a husband to throw his wife out of the house after she has an affair. This is probably because having your wife cheat on you is very bad for your marriage so they just throw her out into the cold. Not only is this cruel, but it's also unlikely to work since most women want to feel loved even when they're doing something wrong.
In America, however, this tradition doesn't exist. Instead, we rely on psychology to get our spouses to stop cheating.
However, if one spouse tries to compel the other to leave the marital residence, significant legal complications may ensue. Even if only one of the couples has a mortgage on the property, a judge may allow their partner to stay. If, however, both spouses have loans against the home, then it becomes apparent that someone will have to go.
In general, California law provides that a spouse can't be forced to leave the residence unless there is cause for divorce or annulment. However, courts will sometimes permit the spouse who does not have the mortgage to remain in the home if there is danger that he or she will be exposed to financial hardship if the other spouse is not allowed to remain.
If one spouse refuses to leave and a court orders him or her out of the home, that person can usually return after the relationship has been repaired. A new order must be obtained before leaving again for good.
The fact that one spouse has temporary custody of children does not necessarily mean that he or she can be compelled to leave his or her residence. The other spouse needs time to find alternative housing and care for the children. If this cannot be done, then the non-custodial spouse can be ordered by the court to provide support during this time.
In general, no. If the house is the marital dwelling, neither spouse may kick the other out, regardless of who genuinely owns it. However, if there is domestic violence, the abused spouse may obtain a restraining order, which might include a restraining order against the abusive spouse. The restraining order would not end the marriage, but it could make it possible for the abused spouse to leave with their children.
If you are being physically attacked by your spouse and need help, call 911 immediately. The police will ask you questions about what happened and will take a report of the assault. They will also tell you about programs in your area that provide shelter and support services to victims of domestic violence.
If you own a home and are separated from your spouse, the court may order them to stay away from your residence or require them to sell the home. The law allows for this type of order because it is believed that separating the spouses will prevent further violence. If your spouse refuses to stay away from the home or sell it, they can be held in contempt of court and punished for violation of the order. Contempt of court is any behavior that shows disregard for the authority of the court and can include failing to pay child support or complying with an order of protection.
Spouses can also be held in contempt of court for various violations of family law orders.
In the United States, regardless of who owns the house, you cannot kick your spouse out of the marital dwelling. If you and your spouse jointly own the house, you cannot evict her in any state since it is her property as well as yours. If she lives in one part of the house while you live in another, you can't force her to move out.
The only way out of a marriage is if both parties want out. No one can be forced out of a marriage, even by court order. If you want out, you have to tell your spouse honestly and leave before there are any more secrets or lies. You can't just stop loving someone enough to get out of bed every morning without them knowing about it.
If you think that your spouse is trying to cheat on you, then it's time to take action before things go from bad to worse. Confront her with evidence that you've seen (text messages, email threads, etc.) and ask her how she could do such a thing. It may be that she has a secret lover and doesn't know it yet. You don't want to be a part of her deception, so make sure to keep an eye on her after you find out about her affair.
It's not easy being married to someone else's mistress. They feel deeply hurt by this betrayal and tend to drink more than usual to forget what happened.