To comply with the code it stats that with 2m radius (59" approx) of a kitchen sink, a receptacle must be protected by CGFI circuit. This precludes using a 15 amp split using 14/3 wire. It does say that you can run a 20amp circuit and use a 20amp CGFI receptacle. Which would require a 12/2 wire to each box. I'm paraphrasing so I might be a little off, but you get the idea if you know the code I'm speaking of.
My question: the 20amp CGFI in the receptacle is not split so back at the panel you have a standard 20amp breaker. 20amps supplied to a combined 2 plugins. Whereas you can supply 15amps to each separate plug in a slit format.
Is there such a beast as a double pole (maybe not the correct terminology) CGFI panel breaker that would allow you to put in a standard split circuit? In my case I have a new Siemens panel.