Living Together During DivorceDo you have questions about living together during divorce? Whether out of necessity or convenience, watch this video by Buffalo Divorce Lawyer Donna L. Haslinger for advice on the situation. If you have further questions about your particular family law matter, please contact our firm for dedicated legal representation.
- 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.