Whether moving out of your house is a “wise thing to do” in terms of strategy for a dissolution depends on several factors, including but not limited to: (1) whether you intend (and are able to afford) to retain the house as your separate property as part of the marital settlement agreement; (2) whether you have a child or children; (3) whether one parent has been the primary caretaker of the child/children; and (4) whether you have the financial ability to maintain an additional residence during the dissolution proceeding. Contact an experienced family law attorney before moving out of the house.
Heath-Newton LLP help establish a strong attorney-client relationship based on trust, competence, and excellence. By maintaining the highest possible levels of integrity and professionalism they help you achieve the results you deserve.
Add A Comment