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Your family home

In divorce, who gets the house?

The family home tends to be the central concern when considering the capital resources of a family.

Because of this, in divorce settlements, your house is often one of the first things to be sorted out – after dealing with the immediate maintenance arrangements.

For many families the key issue in a divorce settlement will be what happens to your living arrangements and your home.

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