Dealing with divorce
Regardless of the circumstances, parting ways with a spouse is emotionally and financially challenging. While the financial and legal realities of being newly single will be different for everyone, planning ahead can make what will undoubtedly be a painful time a little easier. And when it comes time to stand on your own, we'll be there to help you see the possibilities more clearly.
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Women are different from men. So are your financial planning needs.
About 4 in 10 marriages will end in divorce within 30 years of tying the knot
(according to the Vanier Institute)
Average cost of a wedding in Canada is roughly
(according to weddingwire.ca, 2020)
According to Canadian Lawyer magazine’s 2019 legal fees survey, an uncontested divorce can cost between $600-$1,600 in lawyer’s fees, while a contested divorce can cost $7,500 to $15,000 in lawyer’s fees. Fees for a trial up to five days can be from less than $26,000 to $53,000.
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