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September 2016 Archives

High-profile high asset divorce gets messy

Money is often the most contentious issue in a divorce settlement. A separating couple seldom agrees on what is fair, especially when the split is far from amicable. Even when matters seem to be settled, a new wrinkle can send proceedings back to square one. Such a wrinkle is currently plaguing one of the wealthiest women in Canada in her high asset divorce.

Same-sex exes denied child custody in Michigan rulings

When a couple decides to separate or divorce, there are many legal details to be settled. Sometimes the most contentious is child custody. Although any case can be complicated, two recent rulings in the state of Michigan highlight the particular difficulties facing same-sex couples when they go their separate ways. Though the legalities of same-sex marriage in Michigan differ from those in Alberta, there may be individuals in parallel situations on the northern side of the border.

Boomer separations lead to complex asset division

When long-married individuals look around their homes, most see many things accrued during their marriages. These are all considered assets legally, and couples who stay married into their golden years likely have a lot of assets and not all of them may be immediately obvious. For those in Alberta facing what is being termed "grey divorce," complex asset division is going to be a fact of their new lives.

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