WHEN COUPLES DIVORCE, WHO HAS TO KEEP THE HOUSE?

The major battles for divorcing couples used to be custody of children and possession of community assets. That was the rule for as long as people remember. However, in today’s economy, the only valuables in many marriages are children. Prior to the real estate meltdown, divorcing couples would litigate over ownership of the family home, and such a fight was worth every penny spent, because ownership in real estate was a great investment.  Continue reading