When you're selling your house because of divorce, you need a special kind of agent. You need an agent who will be sensitive to the emotional aspects of the sale without becoming emotional herself. You need an agent who will be understanding if you need to scream, sympathetic if you need to ... Continue Reading » about You Need a Special Kind of Agent
Divorce is not just an emotionally difficult experience; it's also a financially difficult experience. That house that you purchased together – perhaps with two incomes – may now be a burden rather than a joy. And, if both of you are named on the loan documents, it can be a source of both ... Continue Reading » about Who Gets the House?
What's the worst thing that can happen if you divorce and don't sell your house? If you own it free and clear, the worst that can happen is that the person who is awarded the house will have to deal emotionally with the memories in that house. And… the person who is not awarded the house may be ... Continue Reading » about What’s the Worst That Can Happen
Life has a way of changing our best laid plans – such as the plans you had when you purchased your house. Whether it's a job layoff, illness, or divorce, sometimes the plans you had to live in your house for years to come just aren't workable any more, and it's time to sell. If ... Continue Reading » about Meet You Separately
When you purchased that house, you planned to stay there together – perhaps for the next 40 years. But life happens and things change… and now you share ownership of a house that you'd probably be better off without. You need a fresh start – and even if one of you can afford to keep the house ... Continue Reading » about Life Happens and Things Change
So you're divorcing… what will you do with the house? One or the other of you may be awarded the house in your divorce decree, but unless that spouse is the only person named on the mortgage loan documents, you'll still be jointly responsible for the payments. The truth is, banks don't really ... Continue Reading » about Financial Lives Will Still Be Tied Together