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RSPs

Will I Get to Keep my RSPs After a Divorce?

You have worked hard to sock away cash for retirement for many years.  It may not have occurred to you that finalizing your divorce might include parting with some or all your RSPs.  […]

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Considering Leaving the Workforce? The Impact of Early Retirement on Spousal Support

When you and your spouse separate and decide to divorce, your spousal support obligations towards each other will be determined either by a Court Order, or by an Agreement negotiated by the two […]

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Ending A 30-Year Marriage: The Implications Of A Grey Divorce

It’s no secret that divorce can be a costly process, but it may surprise you to know that the financial impact can be much greater if you are over the age of 50. […]

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CPP Credit Splitting – Some Particularities

It is very difficult to talk about grey divorce without mentioning CPP credits. Couples who are exiting a long-term marriage will usually have made significant contributions to the Canadian Pension Plan, and as […]

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How a family lawyer can help you when divorce disrupts your retirement plan

When a long-term marriage dissolves, the parties involved often have two major concerns; finances and retirement. Many don’t know if they will the be able to live comfortably after they stop working if […]

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