There are two statutes that govern divorce in British Columbia: the Federal Divorce Act, and British Columbia's Family Law Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. F.3.
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You may be wondering about withdrawing money from the joint account(s) you and your husband use to pay household bills. Can you use a joint account to set aside funds for your own upcoming needs? Should you? If so, how much should you withdraw? What can you do if you have limited funds and can’t access your marital assets?
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