Can I Sell my House During Divorce?
Our partner attorney Amy L. Miller joined Jacobs Berger, LLC as a Partner in 2017 and focuses solely on family law issues. Amy’s practice is in the area of family law, including divorce, mediation, custody, visitation, alimony, and domestic violence. In the following video, Amy talks about your options when it comes to selling your house in the middle of a divorce process.
During a divorce case, your house’s selling is certainly one option, and it is one that some people will ask when they come to meet me. Depending on the issues in your case and whether or not somebody wants to stay the house or buy out the house will affect whether or not selling the house during a divorce case is an option.
What are my Options with my partner?
But there are plenty of circumstances and plenty of cases where I see parties who choose jointly together to sell their house, or there are times where I see one party wants to sell the house. Maybe the other party does not want to for a variety of reasons, and you have the opportunity to also present the issue to the court if you can not reach a resolution with your spouse. So, it is certainly an option to sell the house during the divorce litigation. Depending on the facts and circumstances of your particular case, we can discuss further whether that option makes the most sense for you and your goals, and the needs of your family.
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If you have questions about how to handle what will happen to your house in the middle of a divorce process, contact the team of attorneys dedicated strictly to the practice of Family Law at Jacobs Berger. Amy L. Miller Esq and all of the family law and divorce attorneys are highly skilled, focused exclusively in this area of practice, and are ready to guide you and ensure the protection of your rights today.
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