From: Marsha on
My milktoast sister does plan on consulting an attorney, finally, but
does anyone know what she might have to go through to get rid of this
former boyfriend? She owns the home outright. He has been there about 5
years and has never paid anywhere near his share of the bills. She has
asked him to leave several times, but he just plain refuses. He's a
verbal abuser and plays mind games, like hiding her jewelry and undoing
a couple small improvements he did to her home. I'm thinking she may
have to give him a formal 30-day notice and then just evict him, with
the help of law enforcement probably.

Marsha
From: Rod Speed on
Marsha wrote:

> My milktoast sister does plan on consulting an attorney finally, but does anyone know what she has to do to get rid of
> a roommate (boyfriend)?

Shotgun, poison, glock, rotweiller.

> She owns the home outright. He's a verbal abuser and plays mind games, like hiding her jewelry and undoing a couple
> small
> improvements he's made to her home. She owns the home outright. He has never paid anywhere near an equal share of
> the bills. I'm
> thinking she may have to formally give him 30 days notice and then
> just evict him, probably with the help of some law enforcement.

Varys with the juridiction. In some you cant get rid of a defacto that easily.


From: watcher on
On 2009-10-11, Marsha <mas(a)xeb.net> wrote:
> My milktoast sister does plan on consulting an attorney finally, but
> does anyone know what she has to do to get rid of a roommate
> (boyfriend)? She owns the home outright. He's a verbal abuser and
> plays mind games, like hiding her jewelry and undoing a couple small
> improvements he's made to her home. She owns the home outright. He has
> never paid anywhere near an equal share of the bills. I'm thinking she
> may have to formally give him 30 days notice and then just evict him,
> probably with the help of some law enforcement.
>
> Marsha


One way might be for her(or you, or some agressive friend of hers) to wait
until he has to go out of the house for a while. At that point, she gets the
locks changed and throws all his stuff out into the front yard. At that point,
he might get the message.

W.
From: Al on
On Oct 11, 4:14 pm, Marsha <m...(a)xeb.net> wrote:
> My milktoast sister does plan on consulting an attorney finally, but
> does anyone know what she has to do to get rid of a roommate
> (boyfriend)? She owns the home outright. He's a verbal abuser and
> plays mind games, like hiding her jewelry and undoing a couple small
> improvements he's made to her home. She owns the home outright. He has
> never paid anywhere near an equal share of the bills. I'm thinking she
> may have to formally give him 30 days notice and then just evict him,
> probably with the help of some law enforcement.
>
> Marsha

Seems like a legal tenancy has been created and a formal eviction will
be needed to do it legally.
Your sister might find a replacement boyfriend that is not a milk
toast and he could be more persuasive.
Why not try this question on one of the legal groups? Mentioning the
state and city would also be a big help.
From: Marsha on
Al wrote:
> On Oct 11, 4:14 pm, Marsha <m...(a)xeb.net> wrote:
>> My milktoast sister does plan on consulting an attorney finally, but
>> does anyone know what she has to do to get rid of a roommate
>> (boyfriend)? She owns the home outright. He's a verbal abuser and
>> plays mind games, like hiding her jewelry and undoing a couple small
>> improvements he's made to her home. She owns the home outright. He has
>> never paid anywhere near an equal share of the bills. I'm thinking she
>> may have to formally give him 30 days notice and then just evict him,
>> probably with the help of some law enforcement.
>>
>> Marsha
>
> Seems like a legal tenancy has been created and a formal eviction will
> be needed to do it legally.

I think so, too.

> Your sister might find a replacement boyfriend that is not a milk
> toast and he could be more persuasive.

Unfortunately, she is a magnet for this type of guy, but this one is
especially bad and, in my opinion, is apt to do far more damage than any
previous one. Hopefully, she has seen the light.

> Why not try this question on one of the legal groups? Mentioning the
> state and city would also be a big help.

Thanks.