During the Great Depression, the divorce rate dropped sharply. Couples couldn't afford to pay the legal fees to split up. These days, the real estate market could be keeping couples together.
For most people, a house is the most valuable asset they own. Today, some divorce lawyers and therapists say trying to sell a house is starting to make things even more complicated than they already are.
For many homeowners, a sluggish real estate market just means a delay in making a move. But for a married couple no longer getting along, it is much more than an inconvenience.
Divorce lawyers and therapists report that the shift in real estate is making breaking up harder to do...
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