I’ve been divorced. It’s stressful, and the last thing you want to talk about is your mortgage, and navigating the paperwork associated with real estate. I then came across this blog, which makes the claim that navigating what to do with a house during a divorce is the most complicated part of a divorce. The writer is not wrong, but if you’re looking a divorce and trying to figure out what to do with your house; here’s what you need to know.
- You’re emotional: No matter what, whether you’re ending the marriage or your soon to be ex made that decision, it’s emotional. You might have kids or family or friends that this divorce will impact, and no matter how much you might like to think you’re looking at a situation objectively, you’re not.
- You should be emotional: All of what I said above is 100% appropriate. Divorce is a big deal.
- Someone looking at your situation objectively can help. My only goal is to help my client get into their best financial situation possible. So if you’re going through a divorce, call me today so I can help figure out the best path forward for you and your real estate. My team will take care of the paperwork as much as we can so that you can focus on putting the rest of your life back together.
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