Yes you can. In some cases, a couple stays together under the same roof through the whole proceeding. As counsel stated, an attorney can help you sort this out.
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The legal answer is yes it is doable although there are some courts that will not allow it. These are very few and a good attorney can usually get the judge to do it anyway. I strongly suggest hiring an attorney to assist you with the dissolution proceedings. Making sure the paperwork is done right is extremely important and can save a lot of headaches. Good luck.
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Beavercreek, Ohio 45434
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