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Moving Out After a Divorce: There is No Turning Back


It is always better to move out after a divorce because there is no sense in staying back in a troubled relationship. If you have made up your mind to move out after the divorce, look for a home that is convenient and gives you time to regroup yourself. Here are some ways to make sure that your moving out of the house is safe and secure:

1. When you move out, take everything that is rightfully and legally yours. If you take something that your ex has a claim of, you may have to legally give it back


Call up the credit card company and remove your spouse's name if you have his/her name as an add-on member. Remove your name from any joint accounts that you may have, like the bank account.

3. If you are renting an apartment, make sure that you have enough space for kids to be comfortable when they visit your house.

If you have to leave the children in your spouse' house, appeal to the judge to give you visitation rights to see them as much as you can.

4. Immediately after the divorce, it is recommended to move in to a new place alone or with a member of a family or friend. Your friend or family member may help relax the burden of rent payment.


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