I figure some of you are in law enforcement, law, or may have some knowledge about this sort of stuff. My wife has a very small family. It consists of her beloved aunt and her aunt's husband (her uncle), and they have 2 sons -- the older son has 2 sons of his own. Their younger son (who is 38 years old) still lives at home with them. He's never had his own place. And they have to pay for everything for him -- health insurance, car insurance, food, utilities, etc.. He has a part-time job but never gives them any money. He saves his money, and every 4 or 5 years, he goes down and buys a brand new car with cash, like he's a hotshot or something. And he's abusive towards them -- mostly mentally and emotionally. He screams at them and gets them upset, and they are in their 70's. They can't enjoy their retirement, and he's making their life hell. He has been physically abusive towards them in the past. He broke his dad's hand once. He's a very big guy -- obese, like 500 pounds. Anyway, me, their other son, and his son's adult son are thinking of kicking this asshat out of their house. He wouldn't be destitute, not that I care about that. He has thousands of dollars saved up. He can rent an apt.. But her aunt and uncle are afraid that the law would be on his side, and that they'd have to give him 30 days eviction notice, and in that time, he would destroy their house. I don't think they'd have to give a 30 day notice, would they? Because he hasn't signed a lease, doesn't pay rent, and he is abusive to them. The abusive part should mean that the "lease" would automatically be broken, right? This is in Ohio. And also, could we get a deputy to be there while we put him out? Is that a normal procedure? Any advice is appreciated.