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ATTOM, a leading curator of real estate data nationwide, released a Special Housing Risk Report spotlighting county-level housing markets around the US that are more or less vulnerable to declines. The report shows that New Jersey, was one of three states with the highest concentrations of the most at-risk markets in 2022. Many experts are saying that if you’re thinking of selling, now is the time to do so. If you’re like me, and live in the shore area, you may also want to take advantage in the summer market, when folks are looking to move closer to the beach. But, what if you’re in the midst of a divorce and you and your spouse can’t agree on whether to sell? Divorce and real estate often intersect and when a Complaint for Divorce has been filed, the family court immediately has jurisdiction over any and all property that may be subject to equitable distribution. Meaning unless you and your spouse agree to sell (and for what price) the court can prevent you from selling your home until the divorce is finalized. If you have questions about your rights (and obligations), join me tonight on our live, Undoing I Do with Stephanie and Ade, where we are going to talk about exactly when you can sell and whether you should sell. You can also always reach out to my office, where our focus is on both divorce and residential real estate.