Community Family LAw Law

Selling the Marital Home after Divorce

Once you determine the home to be a marital asset, you need to decide what to do with it. In most cases, the parties chose to sell it. So, what's next?

If you and your spouse own a marital home, you need to consider how to divide the interest in the home after a divorce is initiated. You and your spouse can reach an agreement as to how the interest in the home, if any, will be divided. If you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement, the Court will decide what to do with the home. In most cases, the Court will order the home to be sold.

Taking that into consideration, it is important to choose an agent that understands what you are going through during this difficult time.

Below is a video by Broker Marilyn Escobar. In this video, Ms. Escobar goes through the services she provides couples undergoing a divorce, which includes making phone calls, scheduling showings, negotiations, marketing, and performing a comparative market analysis on the property.

Ms. Escobar has been in the real estate business for over 19 years and can be contacted at 786-584-7584. Visit her website for more information: www.AbellaRealEstate.com.

Conclusion

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