I am currently separated and living separate and apart under the same roof. Hard yes, impossible no, we get along. He wants to move to two separate places but maintains that getting places with only two bedrooms is okay. Money is an issue. I maintain that because our children (a girl 11 and a boy 13) are tween they should not be sharing a room. It would be helpful if I knew the actual legal cutoff age to nip this attempt by him to "save money" on rent. If it is illegal, it cannot be done, period. Nevermind the foolishness of it to begin with.Answer Question
Answer by hellokittykat at 12:55 AM on Jul. 29, 2011
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Answer by GlowWorm889 at 2:13 PM on Jul. 29, 2011
The apartment management can tell you for certain. In Ohio, the law simply states two heartbeats per bedroom. (they don't care about gender or ages). If it is legal, you may have to get creative. We (my DH and I) are currently in a two bedroom apartment and my daughter is 12 and my son 16. So we have one bedroom, my son has the other and we sectioned off the dining room from the living room with tall bookcases, for my daughter. We are thinking about getting a sleeper sofa and switching so my daughter has our room and we'll have the living room. Either way, its not ideal, but its just temporary. I know of two other families in our complex that do the same or have similar arrangements, both are single moms. One shares a room with her daughter (bunkbeds) and the other sleeps in the living room.
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