When you’re divorcing, one of the questions curious friends and family eventually ask is, “So . . . are you going to keep the house?”
While a simple answer would make for easy conversation, the reality is that where real estate is concerned, simple answers are often difficult to come by. Should either you or your husband keep your primary residence, or should it be sold so the profits can be divided according to an agreed-upon formula? Even once that is settled, what should happen to the vacation homes?