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Charlotte Divorce Lawyer Unveils Insider Tips on Property Division During Divorce

June 10, 2012

Divorce Talk Radio host Lee Rosen interviewed Charlotte divorce lawyer David Self, who unveiled surprising insider tips about property division during divorce.

Charlotte, North Carolina (PRWEB) June 09, 2012

In Divorce Talk Radio´s latest podcast, “Who Gets the House, Baby?” host Lee Rosen interviewed Charlotte divorce attorney David Self to uncover the truth about resolving divorces more equitably and more quickly.

Self, who focuses on negotiating with opposing counsel and defends his clients´ rights in court, says that one of the most burning questions of divorce is who gets the house.

Traditionally, divorces have been back-and-forth disagreements with little cooperation between the parties — but today, with more family mobility and resources available than ever before, trends are shifting. Experienced divorce lawyers know how to get what their clients want, and the most effective methods are surprising.

“What does your spouse want you to do? I generally recommend to my clients that they do the opposite of what their spouse wants them to do — it´s mostly from an emotional standpoint,” says Self.

There´s no incentive to negotiate a separation agreement if one party caves to their spouse´s wishes immediately, according to Self. If one spouse demands that the other move out, Self generally advises his clients to stay. While staying in the house may be uncomfortable for a while, the divorce is more likely to come to a resolution much more quickly.

According to Self, spouses are unlikely to cooperate with opposing counsel until the other spouse has something they want. When one spouse is content with their current situation, there is no reason for them to cooperate during a divorce.

In addition to gaining leverage through negotiation, Self and Rosen discuss selling homes during divorce, refinancing and other options that often turn into obstacles to a successful resolution, like when one spouse sabotages the home to make it less appealing to potential buyers.

Divorce Talk Radio hosts weekly podcasts featuring both local and national professionals to address common issues that arise during divorce and educate people on the process. Recent podcasts include “Child Custody and Support: What´s at Stake?” and “The Initial Consultation.

About Rosen Law Firm

Based in Charlotte, Raleigh and Chapel Hill, Rosen Law Firm is widely recognized for their ability to create innovative solutions for divorcing couples. The firm routinely deals with cases involving alimony, custody, separation agreement, property distribution and domestic violence relief.

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