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Property And Possessions

The settlement may include agreements to transfer property (often the home, but also other things like savings accounts or investments) from one of you to the other or from joint names into one of your sole names.

If necessary, a court can order that a property such as the family home is sold, or transferred into one of your names until a date in the future (for example until the youngest child turns 18). The order will specify what happens afterwards, for example, the property must be sold and a certain amount or percentage of the proceeds paid to the other spouse or civil partner - see Living arrangements for more details as to how the family home can be dealt with and Splitting what you have for information about how other property and possessions can be dealt with.

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