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In coming to a settlement between a married couple where a

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In coming to a settlement between a married couple where a number of properties are involved, does settlement come down to purely the agreed equity split.

For example if all properties are sold and the equity split. However what if an investment property is passed on with low enough debt to generate a cash flow positive position for one of the partners. Would that affect the equity distribution ratio?

All assets, no matter how big or small, how much equity and the like is looked at globally.

All the assets go into a pool, then whatever is left over, after the debt is split.

As long as it is fair and equitable, it will be split between the parties.

If you come to an agreement, you can file the agreement in court, becoming orders:

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Will the courts accept an investment property that produces a significant positive income as fair and equitable if that property is transferred to one party but they receive a reduction in equity. As long as both parties agree.


Yes they should accept that yes.

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