What happens to the house in a divorce

Watch this video to learn what happens to the house in a divorce sale. Nevada is a community property state and community property is generally split equally in a divorce.  Sometimes there is no other way than to sell the house.  Selling a house is stressful enough, but it's even more stressful when selling due to divorce.  Learn how to work together and avoid the common issues that arise when selling due to divorce so that you can maximize profit and save time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wg3ZU_ET0bc&t=177s

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Divorcing? This is the last thing you need to deal with.

Homeownership can be the last thing keeping a marriage "together" — even when a couple has decided to separate and long after one has moved out.  It's interesting how much more binding the contractual ownership of a house is compared to marriage. But more often than not, when people get divorced, the house they own together needs to be sold at some point. And no matter how much or how little two people hate each other, it's not uncommon for one of them to use the house as a way to avoid the finality of divorce. Dragging Out An Already Stressful Process It's not news to say that divorce is a tricky thing to go through. It's stressful—an emotional roller coaster. And a lot of times, there's finger-pointing and trying to prove who's more right or wrong. It's also not news that selling a house is often stressful, even for people not getting divorced. Add…

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