June 19, 2009, Newsletter Issue #140: Ending a Gay Marriage

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If you and your partner have established yourself as a married couple -- even through a Common-law union -- your divorce will perhaps be more "legal" than the marriage itself. In this country, the division of shared property must still be established by legal means.

You and your partner will be advised to get separate attorneys to handle the official disbursal of possessions. While your marriage will not need to be dissolved in a legal way per se, your shared assets will need to be legally divided.

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