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Family Law - Marital property - Equalization or division - Considerations - Conduct of parties - Dissipation of assets, preservation of property - Unequal division of property

Thursday, November 24, 2016 @ 7:00 PM  

Appeal by the wife from an order striking a portion of her claim. The parties married in 1993 and separated in 2013. They had two children. The wife commenced divorce proceedings. She sought to amend her claim for equalization of net family property to provide for an unequal division in her favour. The wife alleged the husband recklessly depleted net family property by spending money on extramarital affairs and prostitution. The husband moved to strike the amendment. The motion judge found, having regard to the Civil...