What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Pennsylvania
My boyfriend and I have been seeing each other for about 2.5 years. About 2 years ago, due to his financial situation and my loneliness, I asked him to move into my home with me. I should state that it was a mutual asking for the living arrangements. At the time, we wanted to live with each other. My boyfriend was not financially able to continue to live on his own at that time b/c of his profession and debt at that time. My husband of many years had recently passed away.
Both my boyfriend and I are in our mid 50's.The house is paid off and fully in my name. There was never an agreement between us that he would pay rent or anything like that when he moved in. We were going to live together as boyfriend and girlfriend. Not tenant/landlord.
My boyfriend has paid some of the household bills while he has lived there and also made home improvements to the house and yard.
For at least the last six months, we do nothing but fight and argue. I want to end our relationship and move him out of the house. He doesn't want to leave even though he says himself there is absolutely no future for us together.
For at least the last month, he has made my life nothing but miserable and I want him to move out of my house. He refuses. He said that I have to evict him and that's going to take at least 60 days before they move him out of the house. He has family members that he can move in with, he just wants to continue to live with me. Not sure why when neither one of us want to be with the other person anymore.I think it is because he is still not financially stable enough to live on his own.
How can I get him to move out of my house ASAP? We have no Landlord/Tenant relationship and he was never asked or volunteered to pay rent. We live as a couple in the home. When he had extra funds, he paid some of the utility bills or bought groceries. What I'm trying to point out, is that we were living as a couple with the intention of having a future together, not any type of rental agreement for him to stay there. He has no furniture or any other basic belongings at my house except his clothes.
Can I put his things out on the porch or in one section of the house today, change the locks today and give him a specific time frame to remove his belongings or they will be destroyed....or do I have to go through a formal eviction process to get him out of the house. We don't love each other and there's no future for us now, so I don't see why I can't just kick him to the curb.
Any information would be helpful and appreciated.What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?