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The Family Home in a Connecticut Divorce

It makes sense that one of the top concerns we hear from people considering or in the initial stages of divorce in Connecticut surround the family home. For example, people wonder “Who gets to live in the family home,” and whether that impacts who gets the value of the equity in the house.

In this video, Freed Marcroft Founding Attorney Meghan Freed discussed how the family home touches all of the aspects of the divorce experience — as it is significant emotionally, financially, legally, and logistically.

She also helps you separate the question “Who Gets Live in the Family Home During a Connecticut Divorce” (a shorter-term logistical question about where people are going to live) from the question “Who Gets to Keep the Family Home in a Connecticut Divorce” (a longer-term logistical question about where people are going to live) from the question “Who Gets to Keep the Value of the Family Home in a Connecticut Divorce” (a financial question about how assets will be separated).

The decision to seek divorce is one that is personal, and meaningful. At Freed Marcroft, we can help you to understand the difference, and make a decision that is right for you. Our first step, the Goals & Planning Conference is designed to get to the heart of your problem and unveil your true goals for your life. Once we discover your goals for your life at the Goals and Planning Conference, we are able to take our all of our collective experience with divorce, law, the available ways to divorce, strategy, courts, judges, and other lawyers, and build a divorce customized for you.

Schedule your Goals & Planning Conference today.

The attorneys at Freed Marcroft guide select clients through the legal aspects of divorce while remaining mindful of their overall wellness. To discuss our helping with your situation, contact us either here or by phone at 860-560-8160.

 

Written by Meghan Freed