The short answer is yes. A matrimonial home is always subject to sharing, according to Ontario divorce law, and there can indeed be more than one matrimonial home.
You could have the cottage, the ski chalet, and the condo in
This indeed is the reason for many marriage contracts, particularly if one spouse brings into the marriage a full or partial ownership of a real-estate property long held within the family. It is far better that the family allows
Judith Holzman is a collaboratively trained family lawyer who has practiced for over 33 years in the Toronto and York Region area. She has participated in amendments to the Family Law Act (provincial) and the Divorce Act (federal) in the area of religious divorce.