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    Hi all,

    Need your advice please.
    There is a clause in the final court order that reads as follows:
    "The parties shall exchange complete income tax returns and notice of assessments annually, on or before June 15th, commencing in 20XX so that the quantum of child support for XXXXX shall be adjusted if need be".

    The other party refused to provide complete income tax returns, but only sends in a heavily redaced NOA. However, that party demands same from the other party, in writing.

    What can/should be done?

    Thank you

  • #2
    Follow the order. Provide your complete income tax returns and your NOA. Comply with your side of the order.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jurassic Park View Post
      Hi all,

      Need your advice please.
      There is a clause in the final court order that reads as follows:
      "The parties shall exchange complete income tax returns and notice of assessments annually, on or before June 15th, commencing in 20XX so that the quantum of child support for XXXXX shall be adjusted if need be".

      The other party refused to provide complete income tax returns, but only sends in a heavily redaced NOA. However, that party demands same from the other party, in writing.

      What can/should be done?

      Thank you
      Are you in Ontario? Send them this document https://ontariocourtforms.on.ca/stat...05_en_fil.docx with the details and note “full and complete” and “non-redacted”.

      In your email you say:

      Dear x,

      Please find attached a Form 20 request for information. I am requesting the full documentation listed in clause ## of our agreement. If I do not receive these documents by 5 pm Thursday, July 11, 2024, I will be filing with the court to enforce the disclosure of information requesting costs to do so.

      Thank you

      And if they don't comply, you print the form and truck on down to the court house. Normally this scares them straight. If not, you let a judge do it.

      Note, the only thing they can redact is their spouse's information like income and SIN if they have one and have not claimed hardship.

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      • #4
        When filling out the Form 20 it is your ex you are requesting the information from, not her lawyer. I asked it of the lawyer once, mistake.

        Keep the communication short and polite as you may require it as evidence later on and pages are limited on submissions.

        If they do not comply don't fret, some people will not follow the order on disclosure. Cross that bridge when you come to it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rockscan View Post

          Are you in Ontario? Send them this document https://ontariocourtforms.on.ca/stat...05_en_fil.docx with the details and note “full and complete” and “non-redacted”.

          In your email you say:

          Dear x,

          Please find attached a Form 20 request for information. I am requesting the full documentation listed in clause ## of our agreement. If I do not receive these documents by 5 pm Thursday, July 11, 2024, I will be filing with the court to enforce the disclosure of information requesting costs to do so.

          Thank you

          And if they don't comply, you print the form and truck on down to the court house. Normally this scares them straight. If not, you let a judge do it.

          Note, the only thing they can redact is their spouse's information like income and SIN if they have one and have not claimed hardship.
          Yes I am/we are in Ontario.
          Thank you for your advice.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tayken View Post
            Follow the order. Provide your complete income tax returns and your NOA. Comply with your side of the order.
            The problem is the party that doesn't comply, for years.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jurassic Park View Post

              The problem is the party that doesn't comply, for years.
              Your ex needs some help from a judge. Especially if you are still having issues with your parenting time. Good lick JP!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by rockscan View Post

                Your ex needs some help from a judge. Especially if you are still having issues with your parenting time. Good lick JP!
                Thank you!

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