Who Gets The House in Divorce?

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When a relationship comes to an end, it is common having heated arguments about who keeps the home. Keeping a property you can’t afford is not the best financial decision. No matter how much you and your children love your home, it’s good to have a realistic perspective. Attorneys are great at helping you have a more realistic view of what life after divorce looks like. Contact a Fort Lauderdale Divorce attorney Gustavo E. Frances and you won’t regret it.

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Who Gets The House in Divorce

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When a relationship comes to an end it is common having heated arguments about who keeps the home. Leaving or selling the family residence is something your Fort Lauderdale property division attorney should determine after taking a closer look at the circumstances surrounding your divorce case.

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If you want to keep this important property you need to find good reasons to keep it. It is not as easy as it seems. You need to gather clear and convincing evidence to prove that keeping the home is a good financial investment and it can benefit everyone. Come Up With Good Reasons to Keep the House

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Keeping a property you can’t afford is not the best financial decision. No matter how much you and your children love your home it’s good to have a realistic perspective. Attorneys are great at helping you have a more realistic view of what life after divorce looks like. Contact a Fort Lauderdale property division attorney Gustavo E. Frances and you won’t regret it. Can You Afford it

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Oftentimes an amicable divorce is the best approach to property division. If you can agree with your former spouse on important matters such as property division you will both reap the consequences as well as your children. If you plan to sell your property you will need to value it first. If you and your former spouse can’t agree on a price the court will intervene. Avoid Unnecessary Fights With Your Spouse

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Any assets you or your former spouse purchased during the marriage is considered marital property which means you will both get your fair share even when the property was purchased by only one spouse. Also when a marital property or asset is enhanced and increases in value the increase is also considered marital property. Assets Acquired During the Marriage

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Once the court makes a final decision about property division it will be very difficult to challenge it. This is why it is important you hire an attorney during the initial stages of the divorce process. You can contact and request a free case assessment with a divorce attorney Fort Lauderdale Gustavo E. Frances. Request a free consultation

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Phone:- 954-297-6546 Toll Free: 1-866-435-4172 200 SE 6th St 402 Fort Lauderdale FL 33301 https://www.lauderdaledefense.com/Contact.shtml The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances P.A.

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