How long will the virus and the shut-down of the world last? When will the economy recover? What are the financial implications for family law? Although valuators are great at making assumptions, we don’t have all of the answers. There are a few key issues that affect many of our mutual clients. We thought it […]
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Family Law: Should corporate losses be attributed to a shareholder’s income for support purposes?
Should corporate losses be attributed to a shareholder’s income for support purposes? And, how should dividends from a private company be reflected in income? The recent case of V.O.E. v. L.L.E. 2018 CarswellAlta 2751 (Alta. Q.B.) highlights two important issues in determining income for shareholders of private companies. Should corporate losses be attributed to the […]