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Ask A Significant Other To Move Out

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This drastic step should not be undertaken lightly. Once the person is no longer living with you, his or her income and assets are no longer counted as your income or resources. People hvae been known to satisfy the requirement by moving out, but living nearby in the neighborhood.

If the relationship continues, there is a fine line between living with a person, and visiting frequently.

Keep in mind that the question will arise: how can you as the remaining person afford to live in the premises on your own. If you can't afford it on your own, the question is raised whether the person really moved out, or only did so to game the system.

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