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If you own your home, deciding what to do with it will be one of the largest – and possibly one of the most difficult – financial decisions that you and your spouse will have to make during divorce.
Even if you’ve used the same budget successfully for years, you’ll have to rewrite it after a divorce, then revisit it every three months to determine how it changes.