Spousal Buyout of a Mortgage

Spousal Buyout of a Mortgage

When a marriage, common-law arrangement, or another significant relationship ends, the division of assets, such as a mortgage, must be considered before the relationship is completely over. Unfortunately, how a mortgage is handled in this situation isn’t always black and white. Depending on how the partners decide to agree to… Read More


How Living Common-Law Affects Your Finances

How Living Common-Law Affects Your Finances

Are you in a common-law relationship? If so, have you ever wondered how your finances may be affected, both while you’re in a relationship and in the event that you break-up? What happens to your assets and debts? And what if there are children involved? Let’s dig a little deeper… Read More


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