In McDonnell v. McDonnell,  B.C.J. No. 2980 (S.C.), the wife’s contributions to a restaurant in which her husband owned shares included, over a 16-month period, an occasional errand, waitressing for two hours on one occasion and twice helping to take down decorations. Despite that and her “supply of domestic services” which was not detailed in the reasons, Hunter J. held that her contribution was insufficient to transform the husband’s shares into family assets.
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