Should You Move Out During the Divorce? Should I Move Out? Should They?
There is no easy answer to the common question: “Should I move out of my house during the divorce?”
In truth, the answer to that question is going to depend on the unique facts and circumstances of your current situation.
At Holstrom, Sissung, Marks & Anderson, we hear this question a lot and can provide the objective, experienced perspective you need to evaluate what’s what and to make the right decision for yourself. ”Should I move out?” — call our attorneys or contact us online to schedule a free phone consultation.
Should I Move Out: Pros and Cons
Moving out does have its advantages in some circumstances. For instance, if your spouse has ever hinted at calling the police on you — moving out could prevent you from being hit with a false allegation of domestic abuse. Similarly, if the two of you are not getting along and tempers flare regularly, moving out might be the best way to prevent one momentary loss of self-control from costing you your right to maintain a meaningful role in your children’s lives for some time to come.
Some of the questions that people are concerned about in making a decision to move out of the family house are:
- Should I leave the children or take them with me?
- Have I abandoned the children or the home by leaving?
- Can I move back in?
- Can he/she change the locks?
- What about my stuff?
Making a decision of whether or not you should move out can be critical to the ultimate outcome of your case. DO NOT take such a step without conferring with a competent, experienced family law attorney beforehand.
For an experienced lawyer and strong, effective representation in all aspects of divorce — call our firm (951) 734-6371 directly or contact us online.