After divorce, one of the first things you often need to do if find a new home – if you were not awarded the marital residence in the settlement agreement. Sometimes, depending on your income bracket, you may be looking for a new time share or vacation home in addition to just a new post-split domestic domicile. Often times (but not always) you will be downsizing since not only the family unit is smaller but so too is the wallet size given that once there were two and now there is only one. So these can be very stressful undertakings and considerations. Here are some tips for maneuvering the situation without completely becoming undone in the process.
Memories are hard to let go For many couples, one of the biggest and most difficult issues is the marital residence. Who gets it after a divorce? For couples of modest and ordinary means (as compared to affluent couples) the marital residence is usually the main asset, the biggest most valuable thing they own together. […]