Real Estate In Divorce

An investment in a home or other property can earn substantial growth in equity over the course of a marriage. The battle over division of real estate, then, is naturally quite heated, particularly in today’s rapidly growing real estate market.

Most often, real estate equity is divided equally. However, one spouse sometimes is entitled to more than 50 percent of real estate equity.

Sometimes, selling the home is not the optimal choice. One spouse may want to keep the home and buy out the other spouse’s share of the equity.

Several options are available for real estate division. Our skilled divorce attorneys have gained invaluable knowledge over decades and apply our experience to resolving your real estate division matter.

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