Seeking public input: dividing family property after separation and divorce

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The Law Reform Commission of Nova Scotia is working on changes to the law of family property in Nova Scotia.

Have you had to divide property at the end of a marriage or common law relationship? Do you know someone who has? Tell the Commission about it.

How should married spouses divide their property at the end of a marriage? What about common law partners?

What rights should spouses have to the family home? Pensions? Business assets? Property owned before marriage?

Share your thoughts: click here to access the Dividing Family Property survey

The Law Reform Commission of Nova Scotia is an independent agency, supported by the Law Foundation of Nova Scotia and the Government of Nova Scotia.