Moving Out Of The Marital Home

Will you lose your rights if you’re moving out of the marital home during a divorce? Watch this video to learn about property rights when sharing a home.

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Question:

Should I move out of the house if we decide to get divorced?

Answer:

If you’re considering filing for divorce, you may be wondering whether you need to move out of the marital home. It’s generally a better idea if you and your spouse can get along well enough to stay in the marital home until the case can reach a conclusion.Moving Out Of The Marital HomeIf it’s unavailable as an option because there may be some abuse or issues that are toxic to the children if you have children in the marriage, that’s something where you need to get out of the home. We would recommend that you contact an experienced divorce attorney to deal with your fact-by-fact situation. Contact one and determine whether that’s an appropriate move for you.


Are you thinking about leaving your marriage and have questions about moving out of the marital home? Contact a Stillwater divorce attorney at Murray Law Firm today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.

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