Is there any authority for the proposition that a long-term marriage will result in an equal standard of living for all spouses?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from K. v. K., 2005 BCSC 1009 (CanLII):

Moge v. Moge, supra, is also authority for the proposition that the longer a marriage endures, the greater will be the presumptive claim to an equal standard of living upon its dissolution.

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