A New York judge has barred a woman from the Long Island home she jointly owns with her husband, saying that she had abandoned her residence during her unexplained absences while she was struggling with alcoholism.
Justice Robert A. Bruno of Nassau County Supreme Court in New York, has granted exclusive occupancy to the husband pending the resolution of a divorce action, saying that the wife had relinquished her residence by staying away during two different periods between stays at alcohol treatment facilities.
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