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I Want To Move Out And File For Divorce. Will That Affect Distribution Of Assets In Brooklyn?

Moving out prematurely can have unintended consequences for the mover in a divorce, but it’s important to talk to an experienced Brooklyn divorce attorney to know specifically what your best choices will be.

If you hope to retain the home, for instance, you should probably wait to move out until some agreements have been reached and some court orders are in place.

If you have children, moving out early can make a custody claim harder to prevail on since it can look like you consider your spouse the primary caregiver.

Divorce is complicated and the circumstances that have gotten you to this point make it entirely reasonable to want to move out.

However, divorce today is largely a financial agreement, and it’s important for your future that you prioritize the best possible settlement.

Preserving your claim to your home and your relationship with your children should be paramount interests.

The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino can help you make the right choices in your divorce.

Call us today at 718-725-9601 and talk to an experienced Brooklyn divorce lawyer for free.

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