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Moving Out Before Divorce Is Final Causes Problems

The gut reaction for many people who are going through divorce is to leave the home they share with their soon-to-be ex immediately. While the temptation is obviously great and no matter how easy it is to justify — convincing yourself that moving out will

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Battlefield Home: Living Together While Divorcing

Since it is usually a very bad idea to move out of the marital residence once you and your spouse decide to divorce, most couples need to find a way to continue living together until everything is settled. This can be a very stressful challenge,

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Children: Never Leave Home Without Them!

Megan Williams, Contributing Author In many cases, when parties start the divorce proceeding and decide to live in different households, the separation plays a major role on the eventual outcome on the custody of any minor children. Too many times, the father moves out and

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4 Reasons Not to Buy Something Big During Your Divorce

Are you going through a divorce and also thinking about making a big purchase? Think again. Here are four reasons why your big purchase could be a big mistake. Will It Belong To You? Wouldn’t it be terrible to go out and buy that new

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Do I Have to Leave My Home if My Wife Files for Divorce?

Question: Is my wife entitled to any portion of my house if I bought the home before we were married? And If my wife decides to file for divorce, do I have to leave my home for her and our kids to live in?

Essential Videos

Why You Should Stay In The Home
Cordell & Cordell divorce attorney Raul Sandoval explains why it can be a bad idea to move out of the marital home before divorce proceedings begin.
Should I Stay, Or Should I Go?
Cordell & Cordell divorce attorney Carrie Westbrook explains that staying in the home is usually the best option, but there may be reasons to leave.
Divorrce 101: During Divorce
A video series featuring information on why you should stay in the marital home, property division, spousal support and more.