Who Stays in the House During the Divorce?
There are a few things you and your soon to be ex-spouse will need to workout before you initiate the divorce process.
One of those details is the question of: Who gets to stay in the house?
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Who gets to remain in the house during the the divorce process?
If there are minor children involved in the case, then the care-taker of the children typically remains in the home during the divorce.
In certain cases (like those involving domestic violence), one parent may want to leave the home (and take the children) to go live with other relatives or in a different location all-together.
A licensed divorce attorney can help you decide what the best course of action is and each divorce scenario is going to present different issues to resolve as far as housing.
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Attorney Daryl Longworth is a family law attorney licensed by the State Bar of Texas. He is the senior attorney at The Longworth Law Firm in Houston, Texas. Mr. Longworth is a graduate of the University of Houston Law Center. Prior to becoming a licensed attorney focusing on divorce law and family law in Texas, Mr. Longworth was a police officer for the Houston Police Department.