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Can you clarify the situation for me? I'm presuming you are married and you're referring to your marital home...is that correct? Thanks.
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No, you do not give up any rights in your house. This house is legally owned by each of you equally and whether or not you are occupying the house, your ownership continues. The only way you give up your rights in the house is to sign a deed giving up your ownership. Until and unless that happens, your rights remain yours!
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