Hi, I wrote here 9 months ago. My father and I (adult daughter) are seeking advice on how to get an abusive (physical and emotional) son to move out of the house when his wife (my mother) is also a covert narcissist and the two live in a chronic, pathological co-dependent relationship in the family house. The two defend the other and find pleasure in generating emotional pain and drama. My father cannot have a conversation of reason with either on any level. They are also extremely paranoid and as a side note, my mother is also a hoarder (oh joy). Well for me I'm NO CONTACT and have been since the one other time I posted here last year. My life is beautiful I don't have emotions to share further as I have handled that aspect. My father and I now navigate the legal aspects. My father has his own place and so do I. How have others here resolved such a scenario when one reasonable parent wants the adult child (30's) out of the house, but the other parent is an emotionally abusive covert narcissistic? Legally what re-course is there? Speaking with an attorney goes without saying. There is no negotiation of reason with my father's wife (my mother). She does not have that mental capacity, but I can't prove that legally at this juncture. Is her word of saying she wants the son in the house legally justifiable against his? Can we legally force my mother to undergo a psychiatric evaluation? The money that pays for the house is my father's. It's a joint property state. Can my father force a sale of the house? Does anyone have any ideas on how he can proceed? Or share your experience in getting resolution with a similar situation? I guarantee a physical body attack to actually remove the son from the house sans police. Even with police if my mother says she wants the son to stay, and my father says go, what's the point of the family drama? I have considered bringing in uncles to come get my sibling out of the house, but if the wife (my mother) wants the son there, that is a pointless, futile use of energy. Are claiming property damages a viable excuse to remove the son from the house? My father could call the police to remove the son, but again, you've got a mother that will "defend son unto death" ( even though technically she has soul killed him already). Also last big question --- I think my sibling has Stockholm Syndrome? He has no rational thinking (that i can document)---He defends our mother ("unto death"). This is a pathological, co-dependent relationship of mother and son. If my brother has one iota of a possible future of sanity, it won't happen co-habitating with the mother. I've read that if one parent wants the adult child in the house that they cancel each other out? Has anyone handled this type of situation with an attorney and what was the outcome? Yes, we have an attorney, but any insights would be helpful. Thank You.