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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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What You Should Know If You Are Planning For Retirement – And Divorce

After 30, 40 or even 50 years of marriage, many couples begin finalizing their plans to retire together. But for some older couples, this is the time when they start planning for divorce. […]

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Can You Stop Your Spouse from Dividing Your CPP Credits?

As we wrote in a previous article, many divorcing partners may not be aware of their right to split the cumulated CPP credits that each of them contributed during the marriage. Once they […]

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Spousal Support and Retirement Income – Is Double Dipping Fair?

There are essentially two stages to the process of divorce in Ontario: 1) Dividing their matrimonial assets (via the “equalization” of their respective Net Family Property) 2) Calculating any spousal support obligation that […]

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How Are CPP Credits Divided After Divorce?

Throughout the course of your marriage or common-law relationship, both you and your spouse will usually have made contributions to the Canada Pension Plan. So what happens to those CPP credits when you […]

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