Georgia Swan, a tax and estate planner at TD and former family lawyer talks to Kim Parlee about the risks of using kitchen table separation agreements.
Filing your taxes when you are separated or divorced is significantly different than when you were married. You can’t just break it off with the Canada Revenue Agency, so here’s how to make it work.
During a separation or divorce, couples may fight over the house and kids. But for some families, the RESP might be a considerable asset that can also cause a tug-of-war. Here’s what you need to know about your child’s education savings in the event of a break-up.
You’ve shared a life and your finances but now the marriage is over. Following these five tips may keep you from ending up with an empty heart and empty pockets.
Protecting the money you provide for your kids can be a complex and delicate task. Here are some methods you can use to safeguard funds in case of a relationship breakdown or if creditors come calling.