My wife has a General Power of Attorney over me, and in the past two weeks has…

My wife has a General Power of Attorney over me, and in the past two weeks has asked for a divorce, I know that in NC you have to be seperated for 1 year and 1 day before a seperation can be turned into a divorce,but what I am needing to know is if there is any way that I can revoke the power of attorney. My attempts to have her leave it with a family member of mine have been ignored. And I am in another state unable to get it myself. I am in the Army stationed at Fort Lewis WA. If you can please answer this I would greatly apperciate it, Thank you,
Tracey C. Dawson

Hello, as much as I hate it my girlfriend of 2 years of whom I live with is…

Hello, as much as I hate it my girlfriend of 2 years of whom I live with is threatening to leave me… again.

Last time we went through this she wound up taking a lot of stuff with her when she left that I felt didn’t rightfully belong to her or that she didn’t need. (things such as dishware, my electronics given as gifts, gifts given to both of us mutually, etc)

If this were to happen again how should I handle the break-up?
Do I toss her out, lock the door, and tell her “see you in court”?
(I can see issues with this route per what I say next.)

Also, both of our names are on the lease agreement for the apartment but I have always made the full payments every single time by myself from my own bank account.

Property is in my mothers name.

Property is in my mothers name. I handle the original lease for her and signed the original 12 month lease on a standard “NC Residential Lease Agreement”. Property is in my mothers name in my city and she lives in another city. Tenant has paid all 12 months and it has rolled over into a month to month lease. My mother has decided to have me ask the tenant to leave with a 30 day notice. It is now mid April and she wants them out by mid May with a 30 day notice. Tenant paid for all of April. Can she give a 30 day notice to tenant at mid month and expect tenant to vacate by mid month the following month (mid May)? …Or do I have to provide the 30 days notice at the end of the April so they are out 30 days after that.