Seminar on Demand – Exemptions and Cohabiting – Issues Under the New Family Property Act

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This presentation explores how the January 1, 2020 coming into force of the Family Property Act (FPA) affects the requirements for establishing exemptions of pre-relationship assets.

This presentation discusses how the language of the FPA creates challenges for establishing valuation dates and examines how case law from various jurisdictions have dealt with such issues as a starting point to assess how Alberta courts may move forward in looking at these issues with the implementation of the FPA.

Presenters: Tina Huizinga

Running Time: 51 minutes
Running Date: November 2019

This video is 1 of 3 presentations from LESA’s Family Property Act seminar. Each presentation sold separately.


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Please note: The views and opinions of the presenters are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Legal Education Society of Alberta.