Division of the home

Dear dreqq4u:

Greetings. Yes, we don’t worry about how the property is titled as long as it was acquired during the marriage. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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I understand the fact that both parties when divorced accumulate what they already had before the marriage. However; what happens when the home is refiance during the marriage with the other spouse only having an interest in the home and not on the mortgage. Would this fall under the rule of the home equally being both parties property?

Thank You,

Andre Ferguson