The procedure, without which at least every second process of divorce does not avoid, is the division of acquired property between spouses. The easiest will be the situation when the couple concludes a special agreement in which decides who and what will get (the appropriate opportunity is provided New York Family Code). Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
Most often, the division of property turns into long litigation, especially when it comes to housing. The apartment, especially when it was the only one in the family, becomes the object of hard struggle, because no one wants to lose their favorite place of residence, and only the court becomes the arbiter in such a dispute.