Superior Court Penalties

                                    Regions and Judges of Ontario

   Northwestern Ontario Judicial Region Summary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Peter Karl Roscoe

 

               Nov  2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

North West Region  Penalties and Cost Penalties Summary

 

 

 

 

 

Contents

 

1   Sex of judge              M – Male          F - Female

2   Region                       Nw – North West Region

 

     # p – number of penalties        # sr – number of penalties to self represented litigants

 

 

 

 

 

     Penalties Against Men

 

 

   Penalties Against Women

 

      Total

 

    Major

 

 

       Total

 

     Major

     Judge

 1

 2

 

 # p

# sr

 

 # p

# sr

 

 

 # p

# sr

 

 # p

# sr

 

 

 

Pierce

F

Nw

 

 23

 13

 

 14

 10

 

 

   8

   1

 

   3

   1

Kozak

M

Nw

 

   4

   0

 

   2

   0

 

 

   1

   0

 

   1

   0

Kurisko

M

Nw

 

   3

   1

 

   1

   1

 

 

   1

   0

 

   0

   0

McCartney

M

Nw

 

 14

 10

 

 10

   8

 

 

   8

   4

 

   4

   2

Platana

M

Nw

 

   7

   6

 

   1

   1

 

 

   3

   3

 

   3

   3

Shaw

M

Nw

 

 14

   6

 

   7

   3

 

 

   1

   0

 

   0

   0

Smith GP

M

Nw

 

 13

   3

 

   8

   1

 

 

   3

   1

 

   0

   0

Stach

M

Nw

 

   7

   0

 

   2

   0

 

 

   3

   0

 

   1

   0

Wright

M

Nw

 

 12

   3

 

   7

   1

 

 

   3

   0

 

   0

   0

Zelinski

M

Nw

 

   3

   2

 

   2

   2

 

 

   2

   0

 

   0

   0

 

 

Female Judges

 1

 

 

 23

 13

 

 14

 10

 

 

   8

   1

 

   3

   1

Male judges

 9

 

 

 77

 32

 

 39

 17

 

 

 25

   8

 

   9

   5

Total

10

 

 

100

 45

 

 53

 27

 

 

 33

   9

 

 12

   6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Northwest Region Financial Data          ( in 1000 $’s )

 

 

 

 

 

Male Lump Sums             missing 0

 

N = 8         Mean = 47.6        Total = 380

 

0.8000 2.500 5.500 6.000 36.00 50.00 80.00 200.0

 

 

 

 

Male Imputed Income           missing 0

 

N = 9         Mean = 20.9       Total = 188.5

 

1.500 2.800 11.00 12.00 21.00 26.00 30.20 40.00 44.00

 

 

 

 

Male Cost Penalties

 

N = 26         Mean = 12.1       Total = 313.4

 

0.9000 1.200 1.500 2.000 2.300 3.000 3.000 3.500 4.500 5.000 5.500 5.800 6.000 6.000 6.600 8.500 8.800 9.000 9.000 12.00 20.00 31.00 31.40 36.40 39.50 51.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Female Cost Penalties

 

N = 14         Mean = 13.6       Total = 190.4

 

0.2000 0.3000 0.5000 1.500 1.500 1.500 3.000 4.000 4.200 4.200 27.50 28.00 47.00 67.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Northwest Region Case Summary

 

 

1)   Penalties Against Men

 

 

Contents

 

 

1  Sex of Judge                                               M – male                          F - female

 

2  Region                                Ce – central east                Cs – central south            Cw – central east

                                                 E – eastern                       Ne – north east                 Nw – north west

                                               Sw – south west                  T - Toronto

 

3  Sex of Mans Lawyer          M – male     F – female     L – lawyer     sr – self represented      ex – ex parte

 

4  Sex of Womans Lawyer     M – male     F – female     L – lawyer     sr – self represented      ex – ex parte

 

5  Major or Minor Penalty                               mj – major                      mn - minor

 

6  Type of Penalty                   C – contempt                         Cts – costs                           D – default

                                                Ep – exclusive possession of the family home            F – freezing assets

                                                Js – summary judgment          Ip – imputed income           L – lump sum

                                                Pr – prejudgment interest       Ro - restraining order     Sa - supervised access

                                                Sc – security                            St – striking pleadings

 

7  Amount of impution of yearly income, or total cost penalty, or lump sum          ( in 1000 $’s )

 

 

   Judge

 1

 2

3

4

                Case

  5

  6

  7

                 Description

 

 

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

sr

Bauer v. Bauer, 2005 CanLII 19811 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sc

 

Vesting order of mans half of the family home as security for equalization, man claims he is facing bankruptcy, life insurance policy to be designated as security for support

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

M

Curle v. Lowe, 2004 CanLII 22947 (ON S.C.)

mj

Js

 

Mans claim for damages against common law wife for denial of access dismissed

Pierce

F

Nw

M

F

Kimpton v. Kimpton, 2003 CanLII 2147 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

39.5

Divorce action, wife claims 61 K gets 39.5

Pierce

F

Nw

M

L

Kimpton v. Kimpton, 2003 CanLII 2148 (ON S.C.)

mj

D

 

Husband defaults on 5.5 K of financial provisions of interim order and 5.8 K support arrears, vesting order that half his CN pension is transferred to wife

Pierce

F

Nw

M

F

Lampshire v. Lampshire, 2002 CanLII 2737 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ep

 

Wife gets exclusive interim possession of home and custody and 2 K total support per month and 1.2 K per month expenses

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

F

M.C.J. v. J.J.J., 2006 CanLII 23936 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

31.4

Divorce action, 31.4 K costs

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

F

M.C.J. v. J.J.J., 2006 CanLII 23936 (ON S.C.)

mj

Pr

 

Wife awarded prejudgment interest, 3 years on 55 K equalization

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

F

M.C.J. v. J.J.J., 2006 CanLII 23936 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Permanent restraining order for harassing wife, 5 K bond on restraining order

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

F

M.C.J. v. J.J.J., 2006 CanLII 23936 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sc

 

Husband must designate wife beneficiary of life insurance, husband does not appear at trial, 5 K security on restraining order

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

L

Regaudie v. Thomas, 2002 CanLII 49531 (ON S.C.)

mj

D

 

6 K lump s.7 expenses, 5 K for money taken from trust and retroactive support plus interest, default causing uncontested trial, default later set aside on consent

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

L

Regaudie v. Thomas, 2002 CanLII 49531 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

6.0

6 K lump s.7 expenses, 5 K for money taken from trust and retroactive support plus interest, default causing uncontested trial, default later set aside on consent

Pierce

F

Nw

M

F

Straight v. Straight, 2004 CanLII 7046 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

12.0

Man declares 58 K imputed to 70 K per year, court declines to impute wife, man pays 1 K spousal support

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

M

Valente v. Valente, 2004 CanLII 48680 (ON S.C.)

mj

F

 

Wife gets preservation order for bank accounts and combines fraudulent conveyance action with divorce

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

M

Valente v. Valente, 2004 CanLII 48680 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sc

 

Security of 25 K to be posted by husband for violating court orders

Kozack

M

Nw

M

F

Eloranta v. Eloranta, 2002 CanLII 2710 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Sc

 

Equalization payment secured by second mortgage, must get life insurance policy sufficient to cover support obligations

Kozak

M

Nw

F

M

Kelly v. Kelly, 2003 CanLII 2344 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

36.0

36 K lump sum and additional 19 K equalization in ammended agreement after 206 K equalization, third variation not allowed

Kurisko

M

Nw

sr

M

B. P. v. T.-L. P., 2003 CanLII 2446 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Man convicted of sexual assault on daughter, access terminated

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

M

Almgren v. Almgren, 2006 CanLII 7502 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

12.0

Divorce action, all that was left for trial was support, wife asks 18.6 and gets 12 K

McCartney

M

Nw

M

F

Bauer v. Bauer, 2004 CanLII 18436 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ep

 

Wife gets exclusive possession, man must pay $ 1206 per month child support and $ 500 per month spousal support

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

F

Bolt v. Bolt, 2006 CanLII 7504 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

26.0

26 K per year imputed to husband from his share of house, 40 K claimed imputed to 66 K

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

F

Bolt v. Bolt, 2006 CanLII 7504 (ON S.C.)

mj

St

 

Mans pleadings struck, undefended trial, 31 K costs

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

F

Bolt v. Bolt, 2006 CanLII 8876 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

31.0

Divorce action, husbands pleadings struck, wife asks 45.5 K and gets 31 K

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

F

Dustin v. Dustin, 2003 CanLII 2106 (ON S.C.)

mj

D

 

Default causing ex patre trial, though present he could not participate

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

F

Dustin v. Dustin, 2003 CanLII 2106 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ep

 

Wife gets interim custody and exclusive possession, $ 394 per month child support and $ 500 per month spousal support, house was husbands family home and his mother holds the mortgage

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

sr

Smith-Remus v. Remus, 2005 CanLII 51261 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Ip

30.2

Man claims 5.8 K income and is imputed to 36 K, wifes support obligation is cancelled

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

F

Stokaluk v. Stokaluk, 2003 CanLII 2252 (ON S.C.)

mj

F

 

Man is accused of gambling problem, non dissipation order, restraining order

McCartney

M

Nw

F

M

Willan v. Burdette, 2005 CanLII 51262 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sa

 

Transitional supervised access, unsupervised ordered after period of supervision

Platana

M

Nw

sr

M

Valente v. Valente, 2003 CanLII 1985 (ON S.C.)

mj

C

 

45 days in jail unless he purges contempt and pays order and makes financial disclosure

Shaw

M

Nw

sr

M

A.J.B. v. L.M.R.B., 2006 CanLII 23928 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ep

 

Wife gets exclusive possession, non depletion, 1.7 K per month child support

Shaw

M

Nw

sr

M

A.J.B. v. L.M.R.B., 2006 CanLII 23928 (ON S.C.)

mj

F

 

Wife gets exclusive possession, non depletion, 1.7 K per month child support

Shaw

M

Nw

M

M

Bell v. Bell, 2006 CanLII 23927 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

21.0

Unemployed man imputed to 21 K per year income, no access to kids ordered

Shaw

M

Nw

sr

F

Gray v. Gray, 2006 CanLII 28736 (ON S.C.)

mj

Js

 

Man does not appear and summary judgement is given to wife, uncontested trial

Shaw

M

Nw

M

M

Pollock v. Pollock, 2006 CanLII 3483 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ep

 

Wife gets interim possession of family home, 2 oldest children live with father, non depletion order, $ 850 spousal support, $ 435 child support, retroactive arrears

Shaw

M

Nw

M

M

Pollock v. Pollock, 2006 CanLII 3483 (ON S.C.)

mj

F

 

Wife gets interim possession of family home, 2 oldest children live with father, non depletion order, $ 850 spousal support, $ 435 child support, retroactive arrears

Shaw

M

Nw

M

M

Santos v. Santos, 2006 CanLII 28744 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ep

 

Wife gets order for interim exclusive possession and man must pay mortgage arrears

Smith GP

M

Nw

M

M

Dafoe v. Dafoe, 2005 CanLII 19821 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Man convicted of assault, man had custody but joint custody and residence with mother in another city ordered

Smith GP

M

Nw

F

M

DeCicco v. DeCicco, 2003 CanLII 2094 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

20.0

Divorce action 20 K costs

Smith GP

M

Nw

sr

L

Prosser-Blake v. Blake, 2007 CanLII 10414 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Sept 2005 non harassment order, supervised access, answer struck, uncontested trial, man imprisoned for assault.

Smith GP

M

Nw

M

F

Skramrud v. Skramrud, 2007 CanLII 51173 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

9.0

2.5 K spousal per month, $ 400 child support, lump sum of 90 K, man is imputed to former 81 K pay from actual 28 K for taking voluntary retirement, 9 K costs

Smith GP

M

Nw

F

M

Swanson v. Swanson, 2004 CanLII 48679 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

40.0

Man on welfare and living at YMCA is imputed to 80 K lump sum and contempted when he doesn’t pay, intentionally unemployed, imputed to 40 K per year

Smith GP

M

Nw

F

M

Swanson v. Swanson, 2004 CanLII 48679 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

80.0

Lump sum of 80 K for support, imputed income, intentionally unemployed

Smith GP

M

Nw

F

M

Swanson v. Swanson, 2004 CanLII 48679 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Husband removed by police and restricted, mutual restraining order at trial, wife gets custody, 80 K lump sum payment, vesting of house, wife gets custody

Smith GP

M

Nw

F

M

Swanson v. Swanson, 2004 CanLII 48679 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Sc

 

House and bank account vested to secure 80 K lump sum support and 40 K equalization, man on welfare denied support, income imputed

Stach

M

Nw

M

M

Tishbi v. Shemesh, 2005 CanLII 3383 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

51.0

51 K and GST for divorce action

Stach

M

Nw

M

M

Tishbi v. Shemesh, 2005 CanLII 3383 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

200.0

 200 K lump sum covering all claims

Wright

M

Nw

M

M

Arella v. Scobak, 2003 CanLII 2460 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

50.0

50 K lump sum for unjust enrichment, arrears not varied, wife seeks imprisonment, not found in contempt

Wright

M

Nw

M

M

Fisher v. Wenger, 2003 CanLII 2312 (ON S.C.)

mj

F

 

Non dissipation order against man, 2 breaches, contempt and 5 days imprisonment for the first

Wright

M

Nw

M

M

G.P.M. v. S.J.F., 2005 CanLII 19840 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Man charged with sexual assault, acquitted but wife wins civil damages 10 K, wife gets custody, Man in arrears gets variation

Wright

M

Nw

M

M

Matta v. Smith, 2002 CanLII 49536 (ON S.C.)

mj

Pr

 

Wife gets prejudgment interest on 400 K for unjust enrichment claim

Wright

M

Nw

M

F

Stajkowski v. Stajkowski, 2004 CanLII 26185 (ON S.C.)

mj

F

 

Non dissipation order against man

Wright

M

Nw

M

F

Stajkowski v. Stajkowski, 2004 CanLII 26185 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Restraining order restraining man from interfering with mother and children

Wright

M

Nw

sr

M

Valente v. Valente, 2005 CanLII 41388 (ON S.C.)

mj

Pr

 

Wife gets 31.5 K prejudgment interest

Zelinski

M

Nw

sr

F

Maratib v. Zafar, 2005 CanLII 19842 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Restraining order, wife claims abuse, wife gets custody, limited supervised access, Childrens Aid requests anger management course, 143 K from equalization held in trust for wife, 4.5 K costs

Zelinski

M

Nw

sr

F

Maratib v. Zafar, 2005 CanLII 19844 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Sa

 

Domestic assault, no access to children for 1 ½ years prior to trial, transitional supervised access ordered

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

sr

Bauer v. Bauer, 2005 CanLII 19811 (ON S.C.)

mn

L

5.5

5.5 K lump extraordinary child expenses, vesting order on home to wife

Pierce

F

Nw

M

F

Kimpton v. Kimpton, 2003 CanLII 2148 (ON S.C.

mn

Sc

 

Secure support with life insurance policy, vesting order that half his CN pension is transferred to wife

Pierce

F

Nw

sr

M

Korczynski v. Korczynski, 2007 CanLII 16631 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

9.0

Divorce action, wife claims 32.3 K and gets 9 K, man gets supervised access

Pierce

F

Nw

ex

M

Kreft v. Mezo, 2006 CanLII 14412 (ON S.C.)

mn

F

 

Wife gets ex parte freezing order, order is set aside

Pierce

F

Nw

M

F

Lampshire v. Lampshire, 2002 CanLII 2737 (ON S.C.)

mn

F

 

Mutual freezing order

Pierce

F

Nw

M

F

Lampshire v. Lampshire, 2002 CanLII 2737 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mutual non harassment order

Pierce

F

Nw

M

F

Lord v. Haner-Lord, 2003 CanLII 2174 (ON S.C.)

 

mn

Cts

3.0

Interim motion for access, husband more successful but wife in weaker financial situation wife asks for 4.6 K and gets 3 K, husband asks for 5.6 K

Pierce

F

Nw

F

F

Palinka v Palinka, 2003 CanLII 2195 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

500 K life insurance policy as security, denied 15 K interim disbursement and refraining order, 2.5 K spousal support

Pierce

F

Nw

M

M

Wilson v. Desrochers, 2006 CanLII 23947 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

11.0

Man imputed from 115 K to 126 K

Kozack

M

Nw

M

F

Eloranta v. Eloranta, 2002 CanLII 2710 (ON S.C.)

 

mn

C

 

Unsupervised access for 7 years then supervised access for guns and alcohol, breach of order, wife requests supervised but unsupervised restored, contempt sentence suspended but must sign undertaking not to breach

Kozak

M

Nw

F

M

Regaudie v. Thomas, 2002 CanLII 2667 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.2

1.2 K for default set aside on consent

Kurisko

M

Nw

sr

M

B. P. v. T.-L. P., 2003 CanLII 2446 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

2.0

2 K costs of motion

Kurisko

M

Nw

M

M

Neil v. Neil, 2002 CanLII 2644 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ep

 

Wife gets interim order for exclusive possession but vacates it and it is sold

Kurisko

M

Nw

F

M

Radcliff v. Radcliff, 2001 CanLII 28204 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

6.0

Costs of motion 6 K to be offset against 11 K cost penalties against wife and 5.7 K interest, wife gets interim retroactive spousal support of 0.8 K per month

McCartney

M

Nw

F

M

LeBlanc v. LeBlanc, 2006 CanLII 24337 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Life insurance policy as security

McCartney

M

Nw

L

L

Niemi v. Niemi, 2006 CanLII 24341 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Life insurance policy as security

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

M

Patkau v. Patkau, 2005 CanLII 49673 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Must make children beneficiaries of insurance until support obligation ends, minor

McCartney

M

Nw

sr

F

Stokaluk v. Stokaluk, 2003 CanLII 2252 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Granted due to controlling intrusive conduct of man, non dissipation order due to gambling

Platana

M

Nw

sr

sr

Bauer v. Bauer, 2006 CanLII 28731 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

8.5

Divorce action, wife gets 8.5 K

Platana

M

Nw

sr

F

Bauer v. Bauer, 2007 CanLII 16624 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

3.5

Husband makes failed motion for contempt, 3.5 K costs

Platana

M

Nw

sr

sr

L.J.J.C. v. V.S.C., 2006 CanLII 3470 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Wife makes sexual assault allegations, man gets custody, wife is not present at trial and her case is dismissed, wife must have supervised access

Platana

M

Nw

sr

M

Pysznyj v. Pysznyj, 2007 CanLII 16639 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

8.8

Trial of support, wife asks 9.8 K costs and gets 8.8 K

Platana

M

Nw

M

M

Topetto v. Topetto, 2003 CanLII 1984 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

5.0

Divorce action primarily negotiated between parties, wife asks 9.4 K gets 5 K

Platana

M

Nw

sr

M

Valente v. Valente, 2003 CanLII 1985 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

4.5

4.5 K costs of contempt motion

Shaw

M

Nw

sr

M

A.J.B. v. L.M.R.B., 2006 CanLII 26161 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

3.0

Wife gets 3 K on interim motion, asks for 6 K

Shaw

M

Nw

sr

F

Gray v. Gray, 2006 CanLII 28736 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

5.5

5.5 K costs for uncontested divorce action

Shaw

M

Nw

sr

L

Lehtomaa v. Lehtomaa, 2006 CanLII 34439 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Man must designate wife as beneficiary of workplace survivor benefits

Shaw

M

Nw

M

M

Pollock v. Pollock, 2006 CanLII 3483 (ON S.C.)

mn

L

2.5

Man pays lump sum of 2.5 K for interim support

Shaw

M

Nw

M

M

Santos v. Santos, 2006 CanLII 28744 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

2.3

Interim motion on sale of home,wife asks 4.5 K and gets 2.3 K, husband asks 5.7 K

Shaw

M

Nw

M

M

Santos v. Santos, 2006 CanLII 28744 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Home ordered sold and money from sale ordered held as security, contempt motion dismissed

Shaw

M

Nw

F

M

Smylie v. Smylie, 2006 CanLII 39471 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Man must designate children as beneficiaries of 125 K life insurance policy

Smith GP

M

Nw

F

M

Moore v. Lannon, 2006 CanLII 14413 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mutual restraining order, man gets interim custody and wife supervised access

Smith GP

M

Nw

M

F

Norland v. Norland, 2007 CanLII 20786 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

6.6

Wife gets 6.6 K costs for interim motion

Smith GP

M

Nw

F

sr

St. James v. St. James, 2006 CanLII 31618 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Man must maintain an 150 K insurance policy

Smith GP

M

Nw

sr

M

Thompson v. Thompson, 2003 CanLII 2258 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

2.8

Mans income is imputed from 19.7 K to 22.5 K, spousal support increased from ).1 K per month to 0.3 K, child support wife must pay is reduced

Smith GP

M

Nw

sr

M

Trevisanutto v. Crnkovic, 2005 CanLII 19789 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

5.8

5.8 K costs for motion to vary support

Stach

M

Nw

M

M

Bacskai v. Bacskai, 2006 CanLII 44260 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.5

Interim motion for summary judgment dismissed 1.5 K costs

Stach

M

Nw

M

F

Gardiman v. Brown, 2006 CanLII 40789 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

6.0

6 K total costs of multiple issues and motions

Stach

M

Nw

F

M

Jaszczyszak v. Jaszczyszak, 2003 CanLII 2318 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ep

 

Wife gets exclusive possession for 8 years and husband gets 15 K occupation rent

Stach

M

Nw

M

F

Kemble v. Roy, 2006 CanLII 23937 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Man must designate with as beneficiary of insurance policy, interim spousal support of 1.2 K per month

Stach

M

Nw

F

M

Krebs v. Yarmel, 2003 CanLII 2325 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Father must name children as beneficiaries of life insurance policy, minor

Wright

M

Nw

sr

M

Boissy v. Boissy, 2004 CanLII 7047 (ON S.C.)

mn

L

0.8

$ 800 lump sum for occupational rent not excluded from his bankruptcy

Wright

M

Nw

M

F

G.P.M. v. S.J.F., 2005 CanLII 19840 (ON S.C.)

 

mn

Cts

36.4

Divorce action 36.4 Kcosts

Wright

M

Nw

M

sr

Remus v. Remus, 2003 CanLII 2222 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

1.5

Man imputed from 9 K to 10.5 K. Wife pays him net child support, mild

Wright

M

Nw

M

sr

Remus v. Remus, 2003 CanLII 2222 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Both husband and wife must keep 250 K insurance policies, also safety deposit box kept containing bonds

Wright

M

Nw

sr

M

Valente v. Valente, 2005 CanLII 41388 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

0.9

Wife gets 0.9 K costs

Zelinski

M

Nw

F

M

Smylie v. Smylie, 2006 CanLII 39471 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

44.0

Man intentionally unemployed for quitting job and is imputed to 44 K, order later retroactively rescinded by Shaw J

 

 

 

2)   Penalties Against Women

 

 

 

Pierce

F

Nw

M

M

Anderson v. Sitch, 2004 CanLII 36067 (ON S.C.)

mn

D

 

Woman in default of support is granted a restraining order to retain drivers license but denied injuction to prevent notification of credit bureaus

Pierce

F

Nw

M

M

Gillett v. Smyth, 2002 CanLII 2786 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

73.0

Womans projected income of 81 K imputed to average 154 K, 4.8 K per month total support, husband has custody of the 4 children

Pierce

F

Nw

M

M

Gillett v. Smyth, 2002 CanLII 2786 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

5.0

Wife to pay 5 K lump for arrears, 4.8 K per month in total support

Pierce

F

Nw

F

M

Jellison v. Jellison, 2003 CanLII 2319 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ep

 

Man gets exclusive possession of home if he pays the costs, then home is ordered sold

Pierce

F

Nw

M

M

Kuluski v. Adams, 2002 CanLII 2684 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

4.2

Husband wins interim motion to stop wife moving with children, 4.2 K

Pierce

F

Nw

M

F

Lampshire v. Lampshire, 2002 CanLII 2737 (ON S.C.)

mn

F

 

Mutual freezing order

Pierce

F

Nw

M

F

Lampshire v. Lampshire, 2002 CanLII 2737 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mutual non harassment order

Pierce

F

Nw

M

ex

Leonard v. Carlson, 2006 CanLII 3480 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Husband gets ex parte order to stop wife from taking child to US where she lives

Kozack

M

Nw

F

M

Kelly v. Kelly, 2003 CanLII 2344 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Js

 

Womans motion to overturn separation agreement for support and equalization is dismissed, wife already got equalization and 36 K support lump sum, overturned on appeal and she gets 16.5 K costs

Kurisko

M

Nw

F

M

Radcliff v. Radcliff, 2001 CanLII 28204 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.5

1.5 K for interim support motion withdrawn

McCartney

M

Nw

L

L

B.K. v. A.P., 2005 CanLII 27602 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Restraining or that wife can not go back to family home, wife violates order

McCartney

M

Nw

F

M

Goeldner v. Goeldner, 2004 CanLII 14348 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

47.0

Divorce action no children, costs 47 K plus 2.6 K prejudgment interest, changed to 20 K costs on appeal

McCartney

M

Nw

F

M

Goeldner v. Goeldner, 2004 CanLII 14348 (ON S.C.)

mn

Pr

 

Divorce action no children, costs 47 K plus 2.6 K prejudgment interest

McCartney

M

Nw

F

M

Hensel v. Hensel, 2006 CanLII 40672 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.5

Interim motion for daycare, 1.5 K costs

McCartney

M

Nw

F

sr

Jones v. Cole, 2007 CanLII 21956 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

28.0

Wifes motion to vary support fails, husband asks for 76 K and gets 28 K

McCartney

M

Nw

M

ex

McEvoy v. McEvoy, 2003 CanLII 2178 (ON S.C.)

mj

St

 

Woman doesn’t attend trial and her pleadings are struck

McCartney

M

Nw

M

ex

McEvoy v. McEvoy, 2003 CanLII 2178 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

3.0

3 K costs for striking motion

McCartney

M

Nw

F

sr

St. James v. St. James, 2006 CanLII 31618 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

0.5

Interim motion for freezing order dismissed, 0.5 K costs

Platana

M

Nw

M

sr

Coady v. Boyle, 2004 CanLII 15122 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

67.0

Divorce action, wife makes fraud claim, husband asks 102 K gets 67 K

Platana

M

Nw

sr

sr

L.J.J.C. v. V.S.C., 2006 CanLII 21777 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

27.5

Husband claims 50 K for divorce and gets 27.5 K, wife claims 91 K

Platana

M

Nw

sr

sr

L.J.J.C. v. V.S.C., 2006 CanLII 3470 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Sa

 

 Doesn’t appear at trial, was already on supervised access, supervised access continued.

Shaw

M

Nw

M

F

Petit v. Petit, 2007 CanLII 20789 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

4.0

4.0 K for withdrawn motion

Smith GP

M

Nw

M

M

Moore v. Lannon, 2006 CanLII 14413 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mutual restraining order

Smith GP

M

Nw

M

M

Moore v. Lannon, 2006 CanLII 14413 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sa

 

Man gets interim interim custody with adult supervision for wife who he alleges does drugs

Smith GP

M

Mw

F

M

Swanson v. Swanson, 2004 CanLII 48679 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mutual restraining order at trial, wife gets custody, 80 K lump sum payment, vesting of house

Stach

M

Nw

M

M

Gale v. Gale, 2006 CanLII 21781 (ON S.C.D.C.)

mj

Js

 

Wifes motion for sale of cottage dismissed by summary judgement, upheld on appeal

Stach

M

Nw

M

M

Gale v. Gale, 2006 CanLII 40788 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

4.2

Interim motions in 3 courts, 4.2 K total

Stach

M

Nw

M

M

Krolyk v. Krolyk, 2005 CanLII 15478 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

10.5

Imputed income of 10.5 K to wife lowers her spousal support to 1.85 K per month, Wife gets house transferred to her and will get part of mans pension on realization, minor

Wright

M

Nw

M

M

Braga v. Braga, 2006 CanLII 28732 (ON S.C.)

mn

Pr

 

Man gets 2.6 K prejudgment interest

Wright

M

Nw

M

sr

Remus v. Remus, 2003 CanLII 2222 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Both husband and wife must keep 250 K insurance policies, also safety deposit box kept containing bonds

Wright

M

Nw

M

M

Willson v. Willson, 2003 CanLII 2274 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.5

1.5 K costs for motion withdrawn if wife turns out entitled to interim support and 3.5 K costs if she wasn’t

Zelinski

M

Nw

F

M

Radcliff v. Radcliff, 2001 CanLII 28204 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

0.3

0.3 K costs for interim motion

Zelinski

M

Nw

L

L

White v. Richardson, 2005 CanLII 34818 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

0.2

Wife is under a 0.2 K cost order