Attitudes About Marriage Have Changed, Laws Have Not

Rick Peticca in BNN

May 7, 2018

Canadians are inclined to see marriages and common-law-relationships in a similar light. But as Rick Peticca, associate lawyer at Shulman Law Firm, points out, there is one area of law where married couples and common law spouses are treated differently. Find out what that is, and see what advice Mr. Peticca would offer to couples who want to ensure their assets are protected.  

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