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May 24, 2012

georgia divorce lawyerQuestion:

I owned my house, cars, and most of the furniture before I married my wife and took in her two children.

Now that we are going to get a divorce, she claims she will not move out and has a right to my vehicles and furniture.

Can I take all my belongings, move out, and change the locks on the home since she will not leave my property?

May 11, 2012

moving out of marital homeBy Sara Pitcher

Mens Divorce Lawyer

At Cordell & Cordell, we advise our clients on the perils of moving out of the marital home before or during your divorce. In fact, it's listed as one of "The 10 Stupidest Mistakes Men Make When Facing Divorce" in Cordell & Cordell co-founder Joseph Cordell's book.

The party that moves out is less likely to receive primary custody of the children, less likely to be granted possession of the marital home by the judge, and has little control over what is done with property located inside the home.

But if you smartly refuse to move out and your wife, in all likelihood, also refuses to leave the home, what are your options to get her to move out so you are not stuck sharing a living space with the person you are least likely to want to see?

Apr 25, 2012

mens divorce lawyerQuestion:

My soon-to-be-ex-wife wants me to temporarily move out of the marital home during our divorce until she finds an apartment that she would then move into and I would be allowed to move back home.

Is this a problem for me if I get her to sign something stating that this is only temporary until she is ready to move? I don't a possible move to come off as abandonment.

Mar 26, 2012

marital homeBy Nathan A. Hacker

Indianapolis Divorce Lawyer

What do you do with the marital home when you’re getting divorced? 

There a few options and some things you should be aware of before you sign off on any agreement with your wife. 

The following is a list of 5 tips to consider when dividing your marital home during a divorce:

Mar 19, 2012

can't afford marital homeBy Sara Pitcher

Cordell & Cordell Noblesville, Indiana Divorce Lawyer

Especially in a down economy, divorcing couples may not be in a financial situation where one party can afford to keep the residence.

In that case, the parties can agree to list the marital home for sale and include provisions in their property settlement agreement to provide for selecting a realtor, what repairs must be done prior to listing the home for sale, what should be fixed after the home is on the market, how to divide such costs, and what to do in situations where the parties do not agree on an expense.

The parties can also involve the court in these decisions.

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