Your ex-spouse could be resentful, disappointed, or just angry to lose control during your divorce, and this might cause them to try anything possible to thwart the effort of selling your home.  This can cause expenses, delays, and other headaches!

Whether they’re refusing to vacate the home, making it tough for prospective buyers to see it, or refusing to sign documents, it’s reasonable to employ the services of professionals who can pacify the situation.  After all, the main motive for having an attorney and real estate agents is situations like this.

Many of these issues can be avoided from the beginning if you’re working with competent professionals who are knowledgeable and experienced in dealing with real estate transactions between divorcing or divorced parties.  It’s no cake-walk, but squashing problems before they arise is definitely the best case scenario.

If you need help ensuring your real estate transaction goes as smoothly as possible, reach out to us.  We’d love to help you to the best of our ability.

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