Selling the House During Divorce
Can be Overwhelming

Which is why I have put together a few educational videos to help you better understand your options.
  • As a couple goes through the process of a divorce, deciding what to do with the marital home can be tricky. 
  • Sometimes one person may wish to keep the house by buying the other spouse out, or they may decide to keep the home and sell it after the divorce is finalized.
  • Other couples, however, choose to sell their home during the divorce.
Dividing the profits from the sale of your home during a divorce
Who will live in the home during the sale?
Does your house need work before you sell?
How quickly can you sell your home during a divorce
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Preparing your home to go on the market?
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Negotiations? 
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Who will be responsible for preparations for sale?
Part 1: Getting Started 

What to do at first

Things to know

Finding homes worth

Going to court if needed

Dealing with emotions

Money concerns

How to prep for an even split


Here is what you will learn in this        Book! 
      
Part 2: Tips and Strategies

Uncooperative spouses

How to negotiate with your spouse

What a good agent will do

How couple can work together and sell quickly

Negotiating tips

Closing a divorced home

Splitting up possessions
Why Do Some Choose To Sell?
There are benefits to selling the house in the midst of the divorce process, both financially and personally. The profit gained from the sale of your home might provide each spouse with a solid foundation to start anew. Selling the marital home and eliminating that shared investment can also help to provide closure in a legal and emotional aspect. Choosing to sell before the divorce is finalized can also help provide each party with the means to deal with other financial responsibilities and debts. Also, couples often decide to sell their home because it will no longer be affordable to keep it after they have separated
Preparing To Sell
Before you sell your home, consider the many choices and responsibilities headed your way. Some homes may require maintenance or updating before they are ready to sell, which takes money, time, and requires some decision-making from you and your soon-to-be-ex. Prepare yourself for these discussions by discussing your priorities with your divorce attorney and be sure to check in with your attorney before final decisions are made.
Dividing The Profit From A Home Sale
When it comes time to divide the profit made from the sale of your home, be sure to consider how your state handles property division. California is a community property state, which means everything purchased or otherwise obtained during the marriage is considered equally owned by each spouse. This means the house you lived in as a married couple belongs to both spouses, regardless of the name on the deed. There are some exceptions, like if the house was appointed to one person in a prenuptial agreement, but, for the most part, the house is a shared asset. As a shared asset, the responsibility during the preparation, sale, and the resulting profit should be split between both parties in an equitable manner.

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