Matheu D. Nunn, Esq., a family lawyer in Denville, answers:
An issue that frequently arises between parties in divorce litigation is “possession” of the marital residence — not after the divorce, but “possession” during the litigation process. The common question asked by litigants is: “Can we force him/her out of the house?” That question does not have a simple answer.
In New Jersey, there are three avenues to obtain exclusive possession of a marital residence during the pendency of divorce litigation.
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