Two methods of splitting assets are the “global” and “asset-by-asset” approaches.
The global approach puts the assets together then what percentage each person is entitled to.
An asset by asset looks at different assets separately.
In Stiller and Power  FMCAfam 996, the parties were married for 20 years but never lived together and kept their finances very separate. When separating, the husband’s assets were worth $315 000 and the wife’s, $4 million.
The husband requested a global approach and the wife, an asset-by-asset. As the couple had kept their finances so separate, the court used an asset by asset approach and no adjustments were made.
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