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Jul 12, 2017

Laurie Pawlitza discusses how the courts handle broken engagements in her latest column in the Financial Post

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Family lawyers regularly deal with tricky issues relating to separation and divorce, marriage contracts and cohabitation agreements.

But when a couple fails to make it down the aisle, we can find ourselves giving advice on one of the most vexing questions of all: who gets to keep the engagement ring?

Unfortunately, the law is far from clear.

To read Torkin Manes lawyer Laurie H. Pawlitza's latest column in the Financial Post, click here

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