Can you gain entry to your formerly shared home after a separation? May 7th

How to go about securing the best policy for your insurance in Canada.
Latest News
 insurance companies

Canada’s best travel credit cards 2020 + MORE May 15th

With a good travel credit card in your name, going on a trip can suddenly become affordable. And, you can get even more value if you sign up for the right travel credit card—one that doesn’t just focus on points, but also has perks such as lounge access, amazing insurance coverage and the flexib.... More »
 health insurance

What Happens When the CERB Ends? Jun 24th

The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) is designed to help Canadians cope with the loss of employment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The benefit was about to expire in July for some of the earliest applicants, but it was recently extended by an additional eight weeks. Despite the exten.... More »
 insurance quote

Prospective home buyers feel the heat over new mortgage rules, but all hope is not lost, industry leaders say Jul 10th

Mortgage default insurance is mandatory on down payments between five and 19.99 per cent, and as of July 1 it will be even harder to qualify through the national housing agency. But don’t panic just yet..... More »
 commercial insurance

CMHC tightens mortgage rules in latest response to COVID-19 + MORE Jun 12th

On June 4, 2020, the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) announced changes to the eligibility rules for mortgage insurance, in the agency’s latest response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The new rules will lower the amount of debt an applicant for an insured mortgage can carry, set a hig.... More »

What type of insurance does a home-based business need? May 27th

Q. I am starting up a small business where I will manufacture, market and sell my own products online. I will use a room in my home as an office. What type of insurance do I need? –Paul A. Hi Paul. An insurance policy protects you against defined risks. Although I haven’t seen your home insuranc.... More »
Q. I have somewhat of a complicated situation regarding my separation and the separation agreement, so I’ll try my best to give you as much information as possible:

February 2004: Partner and I started living together. He had just purchased a townhouse with financial assistance from his mother. I gave him $1,000 to help with any immediate purchases that might be required.
April 2005: Leased a new 2005 Honda CRV with financial assistance from my mother in the amount of $5,000. Car and insurance remained in my name until the separation agreement was signed. As part of that agreement, I signed the CRV over to him as I had inherited my mother’s truck and had no need for a second vehicle.
July to August 2007: We decided to put the townhouse up for sale and purchase a house together. Townhouse was sold at a nice profit, which was used as a down payment on the new house we bought just north of Calgary.
October 2016: I moved out, making the decision to separate permanently.
June 2017: I signed a separation agreement that was drawn up by my ex…

Continue Reading On moneysense.ca »

Share

PinIt
Compare insurance quotes through Kanetix.ca - save time and money!