In short, yes. If you and your spouse disagree on how your property were divided, you may need to ask the court to assist in solving your dispute. However, you must ask the court to intervene within a certain amount of time after your date of separation. The time limit for an equalization payment is 2 years after you divorce, or 6 years after you and your partner separate.
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Russell Alexander is the Founder & Senior Partner of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers.