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During the separation, I became increasingly tired of having to deal with his personal mail that continued to come addressed to the home (where I live and have lived). Language was inserted into the divorce agreement that I would only be bound to forward his mail for 30 days post divorce, he was to change his mailing address.

After all this time, I continue to receive his mail at the home address address, . . .


Been there, lived through that. For a period of time, I wrote "No such person at this address" on the envelope and gave it back to the post office. I think I alternated between putting it back in my box for the carrier, and dropping it in a blue mail box. How well the post office processed it was Not My Problem; but it didn't take long for everything but junk mail to stop. (9 years after she drove away, and 7 years after the divorce was final I still get ads from the local paper asking her to re-subscribe.)

. . . but interestingly enough - only the critical stuff - like IRS documents & correspondence and now his drivers license that was recently renewed. I don't suppose it's illegal to use the address of a property you own, for mailing purposes - even if you have not lived there for quite some time - but it does make me curious/concerned why the rest of his mail appears to be going to the right place, but these pieces are not?

Given his undying affection for debt, could this somehow be related to securing credit?


Could be, but it's Not Your Problem any more. Your problem is limited to finding the most convenient way to eliminate this nuisance from your daily life. I suspect that if the Department of Motor Vehicles gets his license back marked "No Such Person at This Address," you won't have to worry about any future drivers licenses for him.

Patzer
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