This is a tough question to answer without knowing more about your case. The status of the marital home varies from case to case and is different in New Hampshire than it is in Massachusetts. Is the home being sold? If so, by whom and when? Is your spouse keeping the home? Will there be a transfer of equity? If so, when and how much? Are you simply deeding your interest away? If you move out at the wrong time, it would negatively impact your case. Do not move out of the home until you have spoken to an attorney and know what is in your best interest.
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