Goes-Ross v. Ross, 2020 ONSC 6026

In Goes-Ross v. Ross, 2020 ONSC 6026, the Court, on an enforcement motion, orders a Mother to return the children from Maple to Mississauga, their habitual residence.

Logan v. Logan, 2022 ONSC 4927

In Logan v. Logan, 2022 ONSC 4927, a case “unlike other cases”, the Court grants a jurisdiction motion and an interim mobility motion for a member of the Canadian Armed Forces seeking to move to Ottawa for a military posting with two young children. In this important decision, the Court explores the issue of habitual […]

Liggett v. Doucet, 2021 ONSC 3886

In Liggett v. Doucet, 2021 ONSC 3886, the Court orders a payor spouse (who refused to adjust support as required by a Separation Agreement for years) to pay retroactive and prospective support even though he lost his employment income shortly before the motion was heard.

Thomas v. Wohlebler, 2022 ONSC 1258

In Thomas v. Wohlebler, 2022 ONSC 1258, at a conference, the Court exercising its case management jurisdiction, renders an interesting procedural decision refusing to allow one parent to bring multiple motions on the parenting schedule in advance of trial. This case explores the test for variation of an interim parenting Order and sets boundaries for […]

Thomas v. Wohleber, 2020 ONSC 1965

In Thomas v. Wohleber, 2020 ONSC 1965, one of the first reported Covid-19 decisions, the Court, on an urgent motion, orders one parent to return the substantial sums of money he withdrew from the parties’ joint line of credit and made a non-dissipation Order. This case re-defined the test for urgency during the pandemic.

Sereacki v. Berdichevsky, 2020 ONSC 2623

In Sieracki v. Berdichevsky, 2020 ONSC 2623, another pandemic decision, the Court, on motion, enforced the parenting time provision of the parties’ Separation Agreement for the father on an urgent basis, after the mother unilaterally withheld the children from him at the start of the pandemic.


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