Yes, this happens, and it happens more often than you might expect.
People who own their own homes sometimes make very bad decisions with those homes. That is, they decide to invite someone to live with them and then decide they are no longer interested in the arrangement. However, a domestic partnership, even a short one, creates new and complicated situations for property owners.
Eviction may not actually be an option when your romantic partner decides they just don’t want to leave. What’s worse, they might claim ownership? Yeah. Complicated. So what do you do to get rid of them?

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