When people divorce in Pennsylvania, a part of the divorce settlement will include a division of property acquired during the marriage. Most couples jointly own a home, while some own several pieces of real estate. If a home was jointly purchased during the marriage, the spouses are considered to be "tenants in the entirety" of the property sharing equal rights in it.
Pennsylvania couples may be interested in an article describing what should be done during a divorce if they own a home togehter. Refinancing, selling and filing a quitclaim deed are just some of the ways to smooth this transition.