I am new here, I am 34 years old, married with two children with autism. I am a stay-at-home mom and a full time college student. My husband and I's marriage been going downhill for years. We've been sleeping in seperate rooms for nearly 4 years and live seperate lives (No affairs going on, no abuse, or anything like that. With out going into detail for my first post here, to sum it up ...we manage to coexist for the sake of the children. Our children are 8 and 9 and have special needs which has made it challenging for me to even begin thinking how I can attempt to seperate from my husband. We live in Ohio 800 miles away from my family in Wisconsin. I wish to move back home to WI with my two sons but I am under the assumption that if I seperate or divorce my husband I won't be able to leave the state. My question is, is there anyone who has a similiar situation or have advice on the legalities of seperation especially in the case of disabled children.
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