Welcome to Just Answer
I am a Solicitor and will assist you.
I am very sorry to hear about the difficuties that you are experiencing with your husband.
Please may I ask;
- how long have you been married?
- is your husband working? does he have the means to be able to pay for rent on another property?
- has he acted abusively or aggressively towards you?
Please accept my sincere apologies for my delay in responding to you.
I do hope that you are ok as it sounds like you are going through a terrible time.
Please can I ask did you report the incident from 3 weeks ago to the police? have you already started divorce proceedings?
Thank you for your reply.
I am very sorry for my late responses as I've had a sickness bug.
Given what you have said about your husband being emotionally and also physically abusive towards you - I want you to explore getting legal aid so that a solicitor can help you in respect of divorce, dealing with the finances and also looking at applying for an occupation order to to prevent your husband from returning to the property whilst these issues are sorted.
The first thing you are going to need to do to get legal aid is obtain domestic violence evidence. There are only specificpieces of evidence that the legal aid will accept. Take these template letters to your GP. Explain what your husband is putting you through.
Your GP just needs to complete either / or of the letters - and when they do - take this letter to a family solicitor in your area so that they can assess your means for legal help.
This link will help you assess your financial eligibility for legal aid:
You should also contact a local domestic violence support group in your area. The support they offer is amazing - from a chat to cooking groups with ladies who have also been in similar situations. You are not alone.
Do let me know if I can help you further.
Bless you Jo
thinking of me in your hour of need
do let me know if I can help you further