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My mother in law won't leave. She's been here for 4 years to help with the kids. I've been wanting her to leave. She threatened us months ago that she was going to leave if we didn't change our ways (she's very religious and we don't share the same beliefs) and we said fine. She said she would leave in 3 months. We were buying a house with the thought of her leaving. 1 year later she is still here, making plans like she's never going to leave. We have 2 toddlers and they can't even have their own room. Husband asks when she's going to leave, she says when she gets her social security (2 years). She borrows my car all the time ( husband drives stick) she can use her daughters car but she doesn't. I can't even look at her face anymore. She acts like my house is her house. We don't even need her here to help with the kids as my husband works from home. I want her to leave now.

Give her one months written notice (check if she has any legal rights for longer notice since she has been there so long) then follow through. Every day get your husband to ask her if she needs help with the packing. Every day give her a countdown to how long it is till she is moving out. When the day comes change the locks and anything she hasn't removed goes on the lawn. Stop letting her walk over your family.

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