Cost Consequences in Ontario Family Law

Pursuant to a court order made June 26, 2015, the child was to remain in the mother’s primary care and the father was granted daytime access supervised by the mother three days per week in the matrimonial home. Due to conflict between the parties, they later agreed that the father’s access would take place at the mother’s sister’s home under her supervision.
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Prokopchuk v. Borowski

In this case the Ontario Superior court was faced with determining an order for costs.  This case is an excellent demonstration in what will guide a court in making an award for damages. Ms. Borowski was awarded sole custody of…

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Beckett v. Beckett

In this case the court dealt with a number of issues concerning costs.  It demonstrates just how quickly costs can build up in a court case. The couple settled most of their issues in a settlement, but a five day…

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