When going through an amicable divorce in Santa Clarita and you are still living together, at one point there needs to be a decision of one of the spouses to move out or both move out. There is no right or wrong answer or time within one needs to move out. This will totally be dependent on your situation such as if you are selling your home, have a lease ending soon or not or at what point in the divorce process you feel like it makes sense for one of you to move out.
We explain more in the video below.
Tim Blankenship here with Divorce661.com and we had a client ask us recently, what is the best time to move out of the house during the divorce process?
So if you have not already moved out, prior to filing for divorce, which seems to be the case for most of our clients, they’re still living together when we file their case, when you guys decide to move out is going to be completely up to you guys.
So if you are in the middle of the process and you guys want to move out, that’s fine. We simply update the court with your new address. Some will wait until the divorce paperwork is signed where both parties have signed the agreement and then they will separate. One person will move out ect.
Others. wait until the six months of up and they are actually officially divorced. And then we even have some clients that continue to live together past the divorce being finalized.
So there is no rule regarding this. It’s whatever works best for you. If you guys were amicable and using our service then it’s completely up to you what you want to do.