Date of Separation,  Date of Marriage in Separation and Divorce

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  • Only your financial circumstances from the date of marriage will affect your entitlement after the marriage breaks down.

  • These “profits” of the marriage are usually determined from the date of marriage, till the date of separation.

  • Each spouse becomes entitled to an equal share of the net family property accrued during the marriage.

  • The value of assets and debts of a couple is usually determined as of the date of separation.

  • Also the value of assets and debts of a couple as of the date of marriage.

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