yes but only if there is just cause to for example a fight got out of hand.
Yes, a non spouse can be removed from your home. The police will need to be called and they will escort the person off the premises.
If he has died at home, then you would call the police so that the coroner can come and pronounce him.
Go to the police and ask that he be removed from the home
The husband of your mother's first cousin, once removed, is not related to you as you do not share a common ancestor. In some cases, your mother's first cousin once removed is your second cousin. so you would refer to the husband as "my second cousin's husband." In other cases, your mother's first cousin, once removed, is your first cousin, twice removed. It might be easier to refer to that husband as "my gransmother's first cousin's husband."
When police interrogate a cow's husband, this is called "questionable" or "question a bull."
* Yes. She can also ask a police officer to go with her. * Yes she can, but it would best to have a police officers(s) escort you to your home so there is no misunderstanding with your husband as to why you were there. It is also very important that you do not answer your telephone, emails and that you have your cell phone close to you as your husband may well resent the fact you have gone to your home and retrieved your personal items and could be more abusive or stalk you to get even. If you feel you are in danger call the police immediately. It wouldn't hurt to have a family member or a friend stay with you for a couple of days.
you dont pay bills for it and you have no house. i recomend saving money for a new house.
If a wife physically or verbally abuses her husband she will get the same treatment as a man who physically or verbally abuses his wife. If she leaves any physical marks on the husband he can call the police and press charges and often the wife is taken away in handcuffs for a cooling off period (overnight) until the husband decides to press charges or not. However, for both husbands and wives it is difficult to prove verbal abuse unless others in the home phone the police or neighbors phone the police.
First cousin, once removed.
Call the police. The divorce decree serves as the eviction notice. He is trespassing at this point.
File a report with the police...fast!!
tell the police and get him some help.