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Division of property inclusions, exclusions in British Columbia

Couples who are married or who are living together and decide to end their relationships have many issues to consider, and one is how to divide what they jointly own. When couples decide to divorce or to separate and they own property, they must discuss the division of property as part of a divorce settlement or separation agreement. In British Columbia the same rules apply to couples who are married and those who have been in a common law union for two or more years. 

Tips for resolving pet issues that dog parties during divorce

When people divorce, it is not uncommon to fight over matters like property division and child custody. There are specific laws in place to direct parties and courts on how to resolve these issues, but some matters do not fall neatly into one of these categories.

Parties to consider consulting during a complex divorce

When two people divorce or separate, they are ultimately the ones who will be most affected by the legal settlements they reach. That said, there are other parties who may participate in the process to help each side pursue the desired outcome. 

Deciding how to divide personal property in a divorce

Take a minute and think about all the things you own. You probably start thinking about homes and cars you have, but also think about everything in your home, your garage and any storage facilities you might have. These items can be personal property subject to division in a divorce.

How do we divide property in a British Columbia divorce?

When you end your marriage or common-law partnership, dividing your property can be one of the most contentious elements of the split. Property can represent both a financial and emotional investment, and parties typically want to protect those investments.

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