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Old 09-21-2010, 11:51 PM
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All of which would be done via agreement, LV...or filed in the manner I outlined previously.
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Right. But the question is:

How tough is it to get a variance?

It's not tough to get a interim variance order on the Custody and or CS. Spousal is a different story and most likely take a year or two to settle regardless if the matter is interprovincial or not.
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Ok...understandable. But your question on CC date implies that it is a step in an interprovincial process, which it is not.
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Could be on the Custody or CS issue if contested.
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Not if interprovincial. Interprovincial skips the CC step...and all steps that include both parties.

The only way it becomes relevant is if she (the ex, in SASK) hires a representative here in Ontario. So far, that is not the case.
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Right and since it is unknown what someone else would do in the future ... a CC remains potential and thus my view.
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Old 09-22-2010, 05:22 AM
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LV and IP,

Thank you both for debating this in public: We're all benefitting from your exchange.

I don't understand a freakin' word of it, mind you, but I'm sure that I'm benefitting (grin)

I AM going to take notes (jot down the terms you're using), research them, and then bounce 'em off my lawyers.

One thing I don't think I mentioned, which may or may not impact the way things unfold: Her lawyer is in Brighton, ON and the proceedings (filing, divorce) took place in Belleville, ON. She retained the same counsel (Brighton. ON) for the purposes of the amendment.

Cheers!

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Since she has representation in Ontario, it will not be an interjurisdictional matter. Lucky you!!

After filing (if agreement is not reached) your first step is a case conference...and you are in a better position than her. Why? She will have to pay costs if it goes to court and her position is not successful. That is more expensive for her than it is for you, since each call with her lawyer will be long-distance, and each fax will also be...she has more...incentive to agree
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Old 10-28-2010, 08:14 AM
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Hello again everyone,

I've had my head down for the last month, gathering paperwork (I recently moved and EVERYTHING that's important is in boxes... somewhere... and not, of course, in the boxes labeled "important stuff" (grin)) and filling in forms and disclosures and affadavits, oh MY!

Things are proceeding at a snail's pace and we are, predictably, going nowhere and will go nowhere - because the outcome is 99% predetermined. I know this, my lawyer knows this, her lawyer knows this... EVERYBODY knows this except for her and her family, apparently.

Anyways, I got a bit of shocking news during my last visit to my solicitor. I am going to go through the SSAG with a fine tooth comb today, but I figured I'd post here as well:

Situation recap: I am the full CP of two teens. She won't work, income is imputed at $24K. My SS obligation is $1000/mo ($12,000/year)

Shocking news: I think that her CS table amount should be based on $36K, (24K + 12K) but my lawyer says it's based on $24K (employment income only, and her SS income doesn't count when figuring CS).

OK, I'm gonna hit the books (shhhhhhh: I'm supposed to be working!)

Thanks,

Cheers!

Gary
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