I have not been up on the board in a while. I have been separated since June, 08....shortly after separation I found out that I have cancer. I have been battling that illness, I have 2 boys (5 year-old and a 2 year-old)and my husband has not made things easy AT ALL! We own a home and I left and am living between my mother's house and my best friend's house. I had separation papers drawn up and he is refusing to sign them, he changed the locks on the house and refuses to give me a key and my oldest son goes to school in another city...it was arranged that way because of where I work. Since I have been sick and out of work, I have not been able to get my son back and forth to school and have had to rely on my husband to do it. He has missed ALOT of days, been late alot and has started acting up in school. My husband just decides he doesn't feel like driving him to school and so he doesn't. He will also go and take my son out of school early and stuff so they can go to the movies. I am so discouraged and frustrated and feel there is NOTHING I can do right now. i will be talking to a lawyer very soon, but can anyone advise me of anything i can do right now? Do I have to wait for the year separation to be up before I can start anything?
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