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Decorating after divorce may depend on legal outcomes

For some Florida residents, ending a marriage can seem like the time to have a fresh start. They may contemplate how they will redecorate their current home if they stay, or they may wonder about their new living arrangements if they will move after the divorce. Whether a person stays or moves could depend on the outcomes of their cases and how property division proceedings turn out.

Whether staying or going, it is important to remember that the legal aspects of the divorce need handling first. Though an individual may find temporary living arrangements while the case is underway, he or she may want to refrain from taking any of the marital assets from the home until the case has come to a close. In some instances, a person may believe that a particular item belongs to him or her only for the court to rule otherwise.

Once the legal aspects have been handled, individuals could give more focus to how they want their new living arrangements to reflect this new chapter of their lives. They may find that getting rid of sentimental items relating to the marriage gives them a sense of closure as well as the ability to have more space. They may also enjoy the ability to allow their residences to reflect their personalities in the way they find most fitting.

Moving on after a divorce, whether emotionally or to a new physical location, can often prove helpful after such a major change. Still, before moving on can occur, Florida residents must complete the legal aspects of their cases. If there are concerns regarding property division or other topics, individuals may want to speak with their legal counsel about how state law and other factors may come into play.

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