Division of Assets and Property

Today I'll be discussing how we can help you with the complex exercise of dividing marital property.

My name is Andrew Feldstein and I am the principal and managing partner of the Feldstein Family Law Group. We have 11 lawyers on staff, giving us a tremendous amount of experience when it comes to matrimonial property division.

Dividing marital property is often a complex exercise, particularly when dealing with joint bank accounts, RSPs, pensions, and of course the matrimonial home. Because we practise family law exclusively, the lawyers of the Feldstein Family Law Group are extremely knowledgeable in matrimonial property division.

Since 1994 we have successfully represented thousands of clients in their claims for marital property. We understand that a client’s primary concern is often to protect their assets and to leave the marriage in the best possible financial position, and we are able to craft creative solutions to our clients’ property disputes.

One of the concerns clients sometimes have when it comes to the division of property is whether a pre-marital contract will stand. Other clients worry about whether they can claim an interest in property that is in the other spouse’s name. Our lawyers can help you determine the answer to both of those questions, and any others related to the division of your property.

Before you make this important decision, use the articles and videos on our website to learn about the process of property division. A well-informed client is always in a better position to negotiate. When you’re ready to move forward, request a consultation online or contact us at (905) 581-7222.

I’m Andrew Feldstein, thanks for watching.

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