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Old 11-10-2017, 10:53 AM
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A lot is going to be dependent on whether you and the wife are living separately. You have no agreement that says she is to pay anything for the home. If you are not living separately, then you are not separated and your finances are still joint so you will not likely have any success making a claim for the house expenses or any S.7 expenses that have already been incurred. You can only make a claim for expenses incurred after the separation date. It is unclear whether you would be considered legally separated at this point, especially give you appear to have shared financial obligations. Here are some good links that will explain the requirements:

The 16 Ways to Know You are Separated | FamilyLLB - Ontario Divorce & Family Law Blog

LIVING SEPARATE AND APART IN THE SAME HOUSE - Cobbett & Cotton Lawyers
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