Where two parties are living in the same home, the court can only order one of the spouses to leave under limited circumstances. For instance, where there is domestic violence, the court can order the aggressor to immediately vacate the home, even without notice to the other side. Secondly, where the situation is too stressful on the parties or their children to remain living together, if the court finds good cause, the court can order one of the parties to leave after giving that party appropriate notice. Otherwise, unless one party leaves voluntarily, the court will not order one of the parties to leave when they are both living together until time of trial. However, if only one party is living in the home and not paying the mortgage, the court has the power to evict that party before trial.