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ymca event: Their marriage ended in July 2012, when the woman announced she wanted to separate after she had moved, without her husband, into their recently bought family home on Halley Avenue with their one-year-old son, according to Vancouver Courier. During their 18-day divorce trial, the woman's credibility was seriously undermined, according to a decision by Justice Lance Bernard, when an order halfway through the trial authorized her bank to provide her records directly to her ex-husband's lawyers. The woman, a landed immigrant from Mainland China identified only as Y.S., and her ex-husband, J.C., a Canadian of Chinese descent who grew up in Vancouver, met at a YMCA event in 2008.article continues below Trending Stories Vision Vancouver's Raymond Louie not seeking re-election Hector Bremner says his new party will launch at the end of the month Pedestrian killed in early morning accident on Cambie Street The Sellution is moving back to Main Street They were married for two years and together owned two Burnaby properties, a condo on Hazel Street and a half-duplex on Halley Avenue. The new records, along with testimony from a T.D. Canada Trust bank manager, revealed the documents she had originally provided had been doctored. Bernard said he was satisfied Y.S., who has a master's degree in accountancy and works as a senior accountant for a private equity firm, had the necessary skills to alter the records convincingly and no one but her or someone acting at her behest would have had a reason to make the changes. The woman had strenuously opposed the order, according to court documents. ( As reported in the news.