Knowledge Base: Property Division

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Assets That Are “Safe” From Divorce

There are very few savings, assets or investments that are not subject to division during a divorce, but they do exist. How proactive you are in addressing some of these items today will […]

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What’s Mine Is Not Yours: Unequal Division Of Family Property

In Ontario, the Family Law Act (FLA) sets up a family property regime that is premised on a basic principle:  Two married people are generally entitled to an equal share of the total […]

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Is It Ever Too Late To Get A Post-Nup?

Most people have heard of a pre-nuptial agreement, and have some idea of how it works. Before getting married, a couple signs a document that addresses how things like assets, liabilities, and spousal […]

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Want to Keep Your Ex Away from Your Inheritance? It’s Simple.

In a recent article in The Wall Street Journal titled “How to Keep Your Inheritance in a Divorce”, the author outlines a few tips on how an inheritance received by one spouse before […]

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Divorcing? Here are Some Ways to Keep the House

Most Canadian couples who marry and move into together will need a mortgage for their matrimonial home, placed with a bank or private lender.  But when the relationship falters my clients often ask […]

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