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Old 12-01-2016, 09:39 PM
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Well you didn't say you'd already supplied yours. I'll apologize then.

So, how does anyone know if there's really only one T4? I'm no longer in a CS situation, but I think I would insist on NOA's.
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Old 12-06-2016, 05:57 AM
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Well I won't quote you the law - plenty of other people here can do that for you. Having been through two trials, I don't give my ex my NOA, T4 or T1.

She used to ask for it and saying I was in contempt of court bla bla bla. I simply stated that based on prior experience, my ex and her lawyer do not know how to read a T4, T1 or NOA so I am not giving it to you.

I supply a letter from my employer detailing my income. At least they can read that. I guess her losing two trials to me was enough.
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Old 12-06-2016, 07:08 AM
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Letter from a employer works too. Its basically whatever proves your actual income.

My partners ex doesnt believe anything and thinks shes an expert in math (shes not) therefore can ask for whatever she wants, can say whatever cs she thinks he should pay and interprets their agreement however she sees fit.

Doesnt mean shes right!
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I supply a letter from my employer detailing my income. At least they can read that. I guess her losing two trials to me was enough.
Allowable under the law as well.
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