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Who Gets the Family Home?
Who Gets the Family Home?

A family home is often the most valuable marital asset , both in terms of monetary and emotional value. As such, dividing it is a difficult undertaking. When a couple is unable to reach an independent solution as part of an uncontested divorce settlement, they can turn to ...

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