What is the objective of promoting economic self-sufficiency post-separation?

Manitoba, Canada

The following excerpt is from Gray v. Gray, 2021 MBQB 98 (CanLII):

The case law has commented about the objective of promoting economic self-sufficiency post-separation. In Hykle v. Hykle, 2007 MBQB 243, at paragraph 53, the court pointed out that “…the objective of self-sufficiency achievement is qualified by both the notion of practicality and a reasonable timeframe…”.

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