In the event of a divorce, almost all are always concerned about the children and the martial home. It makes sense to those going through divorce that the Courts will determine where the children will live and who they will live with by considering “the best interest of the child.” Now deciding who gets the house can get a bit more complicated including the consideration of the costs associated with keeping the house permanently when the divorce is finally over. Here we’ll go over some of the factors that the Court may consider when awarding the community property home include (but are not limited to):
If a party is awarded the property and the home is in that other party’s name, the parties may be required to execute a deed in order to make a legal transfer of the property (and its responsibilities) to the other party.
If you are concerned about your marital home, contact an attorney experienced in high asset and property division.
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