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 after you separate.
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. Try to avoid all 10 of these behaviors at all costs when you separate, but still live together.
Do you need advice on starting a divorce proceeding while living with your spouse? Call the law office of Sara Sencer McArdle at 973-366-5244. One of our experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys can help you get started.