I live in a multi-unit building. A couple who has the best unit in the building seems to be going through a nasty divorce – might even be a restraining order involved. They’ve definitely seperated. They have the best unit in the building and if it became vacant I would like to move there. I was wondering if the chances of the apt becoming vacant are any greater in light of the divorce? What happens when a married couple rents a place and then splits up? A rented apt is not like a house that can be sold and the profits split. One spouse has rented the apt for 10 yrs, 5 yrs before they met. Presumably they’re both on the lease now. Would the original tenant/spouse get to stay? Is there a general way these things go, or does it vary wildly?
Sorry if this makes me look like an awful person. I’m not happy they are divorcing, though all the other tenants and I would be happy if both of them were gone, since they are both violent alcoholics and obnoxious neighbors.
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