- Simply put, the answer is “They don’t have to leave.”
- Living together during a divorce can be extremely difficult and one or the other spouse may elect to live elsewhere.
- In most situations, neither spouse will have to leave until the divorce is final, which may be up to a year or more.
- If they cannot coexist during the process, one spouse or the other can leave, and people often agree to separate physically, but it is not required.
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