Divorce. It's always there and especailly considered, in tough financial times like these, as an option for solving all of your finanial woes. If you are even beginning to consider it, do me a favor and get in touch with me first so we can talk about the impact of divorce will have on you, your family, and most important, your finances.
If you have children the first thing thought about is keeping the house for them to live in, and allow them to continue to go to their neighborhood school. This may not be the best thing for you, your spouse, or children. In fact, it might very well be the worst thing you could do financially. If you are serious about getting divorced you need to do it completely, 100%, and that includes financially. Keeping the house keeps you and your soon to be ex-spouse financially connected. You may need to divorce the house,too.
Want to learn more about this? I'm easy to reach. Give me a call or email me and I'll be happy to meet with you. The sooner you do this, the better it is. Once you have signed your settlement agreement, it's likely too late. Divorce may only solve some problems but not all, and if you don't consider all of your options you may make some drastic errors that will effect your finances for years.
I am a RCS-D and have been educated and certified to help you and your legal team. I work in San Mateo County and northern Santa Clara County only. Your house might become a money pit. Divorce your house and your spouse.