Selling a home is tough on its own and so is getting divorced. Doing both at the same time can seem insurmountable, whether you live in Walkerton, Hanover or anywhere within the Grey and Bruce County. However, there are a few easy steps you can follow to sell your home while getting or preparing for a divorce.

First, understand your credit. Understanding your credit will help you understand your options when it comes to selling your home, and let you know where you stand without your soon-to-be former spouse. Obtain a copy of your credit score and report, and make sure you know all the creditors that you're involved with. Try to separate everything from your spouse. This will help you sell your home on your own, and get on your feet after the divorce.

Second, take an inventory of your assets, including your home. You need to know what you own, what your spouse owns, and how much your home is worth. Once you know the value of your home you can refinance it, or you can work on getting the deed in your name, if necessary. This is a vital step to selling your home on your own.

Third, work on actually selling your home. Once you've established your home's value you should prepare for your home to be seen by prospective buyers; to do this contact Marlene Voisin and who has helped many sellers during a divorce. They will both help you with tips on how to prepare your home and will be a great asset during the entire sales process, giving you the time you need to focus on your divorce as well.

These three steps will help you sell your home while preparing for or going through a divorce. The first two steps will give you somewhere to start when it comes to separating yourself and your home from your spouse, and the third step will take action on selling your home.