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Old 05-04-2016, 03:43 PM
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I'm confused. It's up to her? But there's an order saying it's not up her, that she must seek employment.
I guess it's the unspoken "or else". I presume the "or else" is imputed income. Nobody can actually be forced to work, just to suffer some consequences as a result of not working. Just like you can't physically force a child to eat broccoli, you can just enforce consequences. (or drown it in cheese sauce)
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Your lawyer was incompetent. She'd be the last person on my list to pay....
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Old 05-04-2016, 04:03 PM
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Then it's the court's problem if she isn't seeking work, not yours.

I'm not saying it's a good idea for her to stay home and not be employed, I'm saying that if you want to move to offset CS, which seems reasonable to me, imputing an income to her seems more straightforward than getting caught up in whether she is or is not complying with the order.
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I guess it's the unspoken "or else". I presume the "or else" is imputed income. Nobody can actually be forced to work, just to suffer some consequences as a result of not working. Just like you can't physically force a child to eat broccoli, you can just enforce consequences. (or drown it in cheese sauce)
cheese sauce is great .. personally I mince garlic....the kids love my veggies. :-)
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Lets back up. What was said when you exchanged taxes? Anything?
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I guess it's the unspoken "or else". I presume the "or else" is imputed income. Nobody can actually be forced to work, just to suffer some consequences as a result of not working. Just like you can't physically force a child to eat broccoli, you can just enforce consequences. (or drown it in cheese sauce)
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If the only work she finds is in PQ Imhope you have a no relocate clause that's iron clad.
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If the only work she finds is in PQ Imhope you have a no relocate clause that's iron clad.
one thing I have learned..there is no such thing as "iron clad" in family law.
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A judge can't order someone to work so I doubt the order specifically says she must obtain employment. Seeking (looking) for employment is very different than obtaining employment. No one can be forced to work, regardless of an order. Mom could get a part time job making under $10k a year and you would still be paying full CS. This is why your focus needs to be on imputing income rather than trying to force her to work.


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I would think also that the longer one waits to impute income then the better her argument that absence from the workforce is a factor that should be considered when contemplating imputing income. Wait 2 years? I wouldn't do that. The kid isn't "on the teat." Also I think you could possibly contemplate a few years of stalling tactics to go along with endless case conferences - the Ontario way.
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