Divorce Lawyer Offers Advice to Splitting Couples on Selling the House

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Being married to the right person was helpful in formulating a tip that a divorce lawyer shared on how splitting couples can bolster the sale price of their soon-to-be-liquidated home.

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  • Phyllis Miller

    I usually do a separate Consent Order to manage the sale, to be kept under seal until after closing. In the Settlement Agreement, I note that the terms if the sale will be controlled by a separate Consent Order executed simultaneously.

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