Toronto’s hot housing market is making divorce even messier — here’s how splitting couples can cope Jun 20th

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Toronto’s hot housing market is making divorce even messier — here’s how splitting couples can copeOne financial adviser says she’s done financial planning for separating couples who can’t afford to move out to begin with, so both parties remain in the home. Others end up in tiny condos with no room for the kids

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