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Wills and estates planning for older, divorcing couples

Over the last few years, more senior couples have been divorcing. This has had implications on these couples' wills and estates plans. Even when British Columbia couples divorce, most will want to ensure they leave assets to loved ones, particularly any adult children they may share. If children are a part of a family business, estate planning in these instances, are particularly important. When it comes to the dynamics, the divorce part is easier than the estate planning part in a grey divorce scenario.

British Columbia family law: When is a spouse a spouse?

Canadian provinces have certain criteria for considering couples to be spouses. British Columbia family law states that unmarried couples must be living together for at least two years before they can make property or spousal support claims against each other if they decide to separate. Common law designations vary across the country and whether someone is looking to provincial or federal rules.

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