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- Court of Appeal Terminates Spousal Support After Wife Fails to Return to Work for 22 Years
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently decided to end spousal support for a wife after she had failed to return to work 22 years after the divorce. What Happened? In 1994, the parties separated after a marriage of 15 years, divorcing two years later. They had two children together. When they had marri … Read more »
- Mother Must Repay Child Support to Father for 29 Year Old Daughter
An Ontario court recently decided that a father was entitled to repayment and termination of child support paid for his now 29 year old daughter. What Happened? The father sought to have a 2006 order terminated retroactively. The order was made when the couple’s daughter was 16 years old. The father … Read more »
- Amid Measles Outbreak, Father Brings Mother to Court to Force Vaccination of Children
Measles Outbreaks Worldwide This week, Montreal public health issued a third warning of possible measles exposure after an individual was believed to have contracted the illness while on a trip to Paris and was hospitalized upon their return. The individual had not been vaccinated. This was the thir … Read more »
- Principles Underlying a Retroactive Discharge of Child Support Arrears
An Ontario court recently set out the principles underlying a retroactive discharge of child support arrears. What Happened? By way of a settlement agreement in 2010, the father was ordered to pay spousal support in the amount of $450 per month, and also child support in the amount of $1,457 per mon … Read more »
- Is a Life Insurance Clause in a Separation Agreement a “Stand Alone” Clause?
An Ontario court recently had to decide whether a clause in a separation agreement requiring the husband to secure life insurance in his former wife’s favour was a “stand alone” clause entitling her to the full amount after his death or whether it was intended to act solely as “security” for spousal … Read more »
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