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September 2019 Archives

Does who initiates a divorce impact property rights in Alberta?

While some divorces are mutually agreed upon, many are initiated by one party. The other person may feel this is unfair, especially if they do not want the divorce themselves. However, the details of who chose to pursue a dissolution of marriage are typically unimportant in settling issues like property rights.

Signs someone may be hiding money in a high asset divorce

When a marriage ends, former couples need to work toward a resolution with regard to their joint assets and liabilities. One of the things that can make this process difficult, particularly in a high asset divorce, is when one party attempts to hide assets. This can have serious legal, emotional and financial consequences, so many Alberta individuals going through a divorce are rightly on the lookout for signs that their spouse might have assets hidden. But, what signs should they be looking for, exactly?

Considerations for wealthy women in a high asset divorce

The earning power and wealth of Canadian women is higher than ever, but what does that mean when it comes to marriage and divorce? A reported $2.2 trillion in assets are under the control of Canadian women at present, a number expected to double within the decade. There are several things wealthy women in Alberta should consider when tying and untying the knot in order to protect themselves in a high asset divorce.

Balancing home and work in a complex asset divorce

It is no secret that divorces can be incredibly stressful. Maintaining healthy work is critical for overall financial well-being. Consistent income can be a factor in support and property division conflicts, particularly in a complex asset divorce. Here are some tips that Alberta workers and business owners can turn to when trying to find balance in their professional life during a trying personal time.

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