Real estate in divorce and separation
The own real estate is often not only of great economic, but also of emotional importance for the parties. In many cases, it represents the centre of the family's life and is considered a home, especially for children. In addition, it is usually used for old-age provision. In the event of divorce or separation, it is often difficult to regulate the whereabouts of the property, as a simple division is usually not possible. It is therefore advisable to make a clear arrangement at the beginning of the marriage or life partnership or at the time of the acquisition of the property.