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Are you in a rush to divorce, or are you prepared to wait until two years have passed in order that you divorce by consent following two years' separation?
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My view on the timing is that you should wait for the two years to pass, this is then a 'no fault' divorce.
You should consider family mediation, as a route to reaching settlement.
Things will have to be divided fairly, so if no fair compromise can be reached a sale my be inevitable, particularly if thiere is a high value property as part of the mix.
Things will have to be divided fairly, so if no fair compromise can be reached a sale my be inevitable, particularly if there is a high value property as part of the mix.
Yes, I understand. So there will have to be some movement, again it all depends on what each of you can afford and what is fair in the circumstances.