The following case deals with the issue of child support: https://www.canlii.org/en/on/onsc/doc/2017/2017onsc3162/2017onsc3162.html
Financial disclosure is necessary for proceedings involving support and equalization. The following case discusses the same:
The conflict between the parties or their families may not convince the court to order the non attendance of one of the parties at the child’s special event. In fact, despite their dislike, the courts may order the attendance of both parties and their families at the child’s special event.
The OCL provides useful and much needed feedback for custody hearings, especially when the parents have conflicting evidence regarding who will serve the best interests of the child. The court often follow the recommendations made by the OCL:
Canadian courts are reluctant to make decisions over real property that falls outside of its jurisdiction:
Being a parent is a full-time job. The following article provides tips for mothers to engage in self-care however, the tips provided are equally applicable to fathers:
The following case provides an excellent overview of the law pertaining to material change in circumstances to vary support: