Thursday, March 8, 2012

Real Estate Market Complicating Divorce

From the Chicago Tribune:

Months after they agreed to split up, Jaimie and Michael Bolnick continued to live together as they tried to sell their house in Oakland, N.J.

"It was really hard," Jaimie Bolnick recalled. "You're living in the house and trying to stay out of each other's way. Mealtimes were awkward — are you sitting together as a family?"

The Bolnicks' house sale took a year, and is just one example of how a slow real estate market can complicate matters when a divorce forces a sale.
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