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Would it make much of a difference to a claim for an equal

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Would it make much of a difference to a claim for an equal rather than unequal equalization if one spouse was out of the country for a few months up to 6 months during each year of approximately 3 years of living common law then 2 years as married?

No, not likely. The court is usually not concerned with who made what contributions to the family property, except in very unusual cases. Plus just because a spouse is living away from the family home they could still be contributing to net family property by building up pension or savings.
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