If I move out, what should I do about the furniture and other personal property?

Unless there is a court order stating otherwise, which is unusual and which you should know about, there is nothing to keep you from taking the personal property. However, a court could theoretically order you to return some or all of it if the other person files a motion requesting such relief. You will probably be safe if you only remove belongings that are personal to you, such as your clothes, toiletries, and sentimental items, and approximately one-half of the furniture and other household goods. You should try to be fair and not take all the most expensive items.

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