Should I Keep The Marital Home In My Divorce?
The answer to this question is difficult – and depends heavily on the details of your divorce. In some cases, a person wishes to keep their marital home, but does not realize that the expense of keeping such a home is not realistic for one person. In other cases, someone may wish to keep their marital home because they are not ready to move on to a new phase of their life. In still other situations, a person may be fighting for the home simply because their spouse also wants it.
To find out what the right path is for you, it is important to understand your own feelings and motive – and to crunch numbers to ensure that keeping the home is a good financial decision. If you would like more information about your divorce and your options, speak with a Mercer Island divorce attorney.
Molly B. Kenny's Bellevue family law office is conveniently located on Lake Bellevue Drive, making it easily accessible to those in the greater Seattle area. Our divorce and child custody lawyers help men and women get the information, guidance, and compassionate representation they need.