On this blog, we have gone over many of the different types of real estate disputes that arise. However, we are aware that there are additional unique circumstances which arise, such as a married couple going through divorce, that can lead to additional complications related to this area of law. At Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, we know how difficult divorce can be for people in Miami-Dade, and the different ways that splitting up with a spouse can affect real estate.
Divorce can have an impact on real estate that you own in various ways. For example, your property may be divided, or you may be worried about losing the family home. Or, you may wish to evict your former marital partner who refuses to leave or is no longer welcome in the home after your divorce. Regardless of the nature of your dispute or legal issues you are facing, it is essential to have a good understanding of your options and know which steps you should take next.
Handling real estate matters can be tricky, especially when they involve a spouse or former spouse. Furthermore, many people are already dealing with strong emotions such as anger, sadness or anxiety following the divorce process. However, it is vital to stay focused and do what you can to improve your chances of securing an outcome in your favor.
If you navigate to our real estate law section, you can read additional material concerning eviction issues and other topics related to disputes involving real estate.