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Old 06-01-2018, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by thh1 View Post
I offered that I won't claim S7 expense.
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Initially I 'd like to claim under S7.

Negotiations with you must be excruciating, even Trump waits a week before completely changing his position.
  • If you want to make an S7 claim, you need consent.
  • If you do not want to make an S7 claim, you do not need consent.
  • Extracurricular stuff is generally speaking not S7
  • Extraordinary stuff is S7 (as in, kid is going to be an NHL star)
  • Judges routinely screw up when it comes to determining if an expense is S7. Rulings are all over the map.
I would ask for consent, and then file it when she says no, and register kid anyway (and pay for it). Do that a bunch of times. If you want to go to court, you probably want to have about 4-5 refusals for every time that she says yes.
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Old 06-01-2018, 10:20 AM
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If the children enjoy it, and you can afford it then just go for it. And don't let the EX use the SA as a means of controlling you and the kids.

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[*]Judges routinely screw up when it comes to determining if an expense is S7. Rulings are all over the map.
The judge at my CC told me that swimming lessons were a Section 7 expense, because in Ontario we have so many lakes and rivers that the threat of drowning if not prepared was too great.

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