How is Child Support Calculated When Parties Live in Different Jurisdictions?

Obtaining and enforcing a child support order when the other party resides in another jurisdiction can be a complicated process. However, legislation establishes a process…
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Deference to a Trial Judge’s Findings May Limit Your Chances of Success on Appeal

Parties who receive an unfavourable result in a family law proceeding may want to initiate an appeal. However, appealing a judge’s ruling is not straightforward.…
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Calculating Child Support for an Adult Child Pursuing Post-Secondary Education

Child support payments do not necessarily end when a child reaches the age of majority. Legislation states that adult children can still be entitled to…
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What Notice is Required to Reduce Child Support Retroactively?

Over the years, case law has helped provide a framework for applications concerning the retroactive variation of child support obligations. Previous judicial commentary has acknowledged…
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Unemployment Does Not Exempt A Parent From Paying Child Support

A parent’s obligations to pay child support do not cease simply due to a period of unemployment. While an application to vary the amount of…
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