If you and the spouse you’re about to divorce are successful landlords with at least one tenant-occupied rental, you’ll need to give thought to how you go about transitioning that occupied property to a new owner.
2020 has been quite a year in the Bay Area. Between the threat of contracting COVID-19, pandemic-related job losses and business closures, and being forced into house arrest under the country’s strictest Stay at Home orders, some residents may feel as though they’ve been knocked around enough for a lifetime.
It’s not romantic. It’s not fun. And in some generations, it’s almost taboo. But if you want to protect your wealth—and possibly your reputation—creating a prenup may just be something you’ll want to consider.
A Generation-by-Generation Look at Divorce Real Estate. Divorce is hard enough under normal circumstances, but being compelled to stay at home with someone you’ve stopped loving can be extra difficult. And when “business-as-usual” is out the window—when attorneys literally can’t expedite divorce proceedings—life can turn into a downright nightmare. Add to that all the frustrating […]