Do I Have to Move Out of My Home?

What happens with the home is up to what the parties either settle on outside of court or what the judge decides at trial. The home is a piece of real property that will be valued and apportioned along with the rest of the couple’s assets and debts. For example, the parties may agree that whoever has primary custody of the children will stay in the home or they may decide to sell the home and split the proceeds.

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