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- Dividing Business Interests After Separation or Divorce
The division of property in any divorce or separation can be a complex undertaking. The process can become especially tricky when there are business interests involved. Whether a couple co-owns a small family business or owns or shares a business with others, the task of evaluating and dividing the … Read more »
- When a Matrimonial Home Isn’t Subject to Equalization
In Canada, it is a commonly held belief that when a married couple divorces, each spouse is entitled to a fifty-fifty split down the middle with respect to the property they share, including all bank accounts, cars, homes, and other assets. Where it is not possible to split the asset itself, such as … Read more »
- Study Shows Better Supports Are Needed For People Considering Divorce
A wealth of research has been conducted into the common predictors or causes of divorce and the impact of divorce on families and children. However, there has been little formal research into the specific approaches couples think of divorce and how they ultimately decide to take that step or to stay … Read more »
- How Does Bankruptcy Impact Property Division and Financial Support in a Divorce?
Financial problems, such as ever-expanding debt, can be a source of extreme stress for individuals and families in Canada, which is why they are often cited as a leading cause of divorce and separation. Conversely, divorce and separation can also prompt financial troubles, with families going from o … Read more »
- Why You Should Consider a Marriage Contract Before Saying “I Do”
When people talk about prenuptial agreements (or marriage contracts, as they’re called in Canada), they often think these are documents reserved for the extremely wealthy who need to protect vast family fortunes before tying the knot. However, this is a myth. A marriage contract is something any per … Read more »