September 15, 2021
When married or common-law partners (CLP) separate or divorce, financial matters can become complex, adding to the emotional stress and uncertainty they are already feeling. For couples with multiple properties – perhaps a home and a vacation property – the breakdown of the relationship can trigger questions and implications that, while common, are not often thought about in advance. Learn more here.
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Published September 15, 2021