If you are getting a divorce but love your home and can’t bear losing it, it is important to know your options. The following article poses the ins and outs of “keeping” your home. We hope you find this article helpful and always recommend seeking legal advice from a divorce attorney to help you through the process. Take a look.

Divorcing? Should You Divorce Your Home, Too?

If you love your house, but not your spouse, that can make breaking up even harder to do.

After you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse conclude that a divorce is inevitable, you’ll instantly realize that a new decision needs to be made. Assuming you own a house, somebody is going to move out of it, and you’re going to have to decide whether to sell it – or not.
There’s no right or wrong answer to whether you should sell or keep a house during or after a divorce, and what you decide depends on factors such as the personalities of you and your partner, whether the house is in both of your names, if there are children involved and what the attorneys or court hashes out. In any case, there are plenty of issues to think about.
You could sell the house later. That is, much later. Frequently this happens if the couple has kids and both parents agree that the house shouldn’t be sold – yet. Read the Full article here.

If you are contemplating divorce or separation Rappleye & Rappleye Family Law can help. We understand that every client has their own unique circumstances, and we will work closely with you to pursue the best possible course of action. With over 6o years’ experience our Family Law Firm can help guide you and work to obtain favorable results, so that you can rebuild your future.

Our Law Firm, located near all major cities in Jackson County, is committed to ensuring our clients receive the best possible care and results possible. Since there are numerous legal considerations in place that can affect the outcome of your divorce it is important to know your options. Call us today for a consult!