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Can I Stay in my House During a Divorce?

By Amy L. Miller Esq.

Can I Stay in My House During a NJ Divorce?

Our Morris County Family Lawyer discusses your rights during separation and divorce.

In the following video, our partner attorney Amy L. Miller talks about the particular circumstances surrounding the fact of staying at home during the divorce process. Amy joined Jacobs Berger, LLC as a Partner in 2017 and continues to focus solely on family law issues.  Amy’s practice is in the area of family law including divorce,  mediation,  custodyvisitationalimony, and domestic violence.

During divorce litigation, many people often ask whether they can stay in the house during the divorce process and the answer is very fact sensitive to the particular issues in your case, generally speaking, that is an option and certainly is an option that we can discuss.

Each Particular Case has its own Specific Circumstances

Now depending on the circumstances of your particular case, there may be different things we have to negotiate with the other side or different things that have to be discussed or resolved in order to come up with the manner in which you or you with your spouse are going to live in that house together during the divorce litigation but it certainly is an option that is available and one that we can discuss and find a resolution that hopefully will meet all parties needs during their divorce litigation.

To better provide you with an Appropriate Advice, Consult a Morris County Divorce Lawyer today

If you have questions about how to handle your living situation and how to navigate the divorce process as a whole, 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.

To start building a new normal and shaping a new future give us a call at 973-710-4366 fill out our online contact form. Scheduling a confidential case evaluation is the first step to educating yourself and protecting your tomorrow.

Contact Our Morristown Attorneys Today

At Jacobs Berger, our attorneys are experienced in protecting our clients across Madison, Randolph, Tewksbury, Morristown, and the greater Morris County area in all family law-related issues.

To schedule a confidential consultation with Amy or any other experienced team member today regarding your particular case, please contact us online or through our Morristown, NJ office at (973) 354-4506.