Superior Court Penalties

                                    Regions and Judges of Ontario

     South West Ontario Judicial Region Summary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      Peter Karl Roscoe

 

               Nov  2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

South West Region  Penalties and Cost Penalties Summary

 

 

 

Contents

 

1   Sex of judge              M – Male          F - Female

2   Region                       Sw – South 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

 

 

Leitch

F

Sw

 

   5

   4

 

   2

   2

 

 

   0

   0

 

   0

   0

Marshman

F

Sw

 

 14

   3

 

   9

   2

 

 

   5

   1

 

   1

   0

Morrisette

F

Sw

 

   3

   1

 

   2

   1

 

 

   1

   0

 

   0

   0

Nolan

F

Sw

 

   3

   3

 

   1

   1

 

 

   1

   1

 

   1

   1

Rady

F

Sw

 

   5

   0

 

   2

   0

 

 

   3

   1

 

   0

   0

Templeton

F

Sw

 

   1

   0

 

   1

   0

 

 

   0

   0

 

   0

   0

Abbey

M

Sw

 

   2

   0

 

   1

   0

 

 

   0

   0

 

   0

   0

Brokenshire

M

Sw

 

   3

   0

 

   3

   0

 

 

   1

   0

 

   0

   0

Campbell

M

Sw

 

 19

   6

 

 11

   3

 

 

   7

   2

 

   2

   1

Cusinato

M

Sw

 

   8

   3

 

   3

   2

 

 

   1

   0

 

   0

   0

Dandie

M

Sw

 

   3

   0

 

   1

   0

 

 

   1

   0

 

   0

   0

Desotti

M

Sw

 

   7

   0

 

   4

   0

 

 

   2

   2

 

   1

   1

Ducharme

M

Sw

 

   3

   1

 

   2

   0

 

 

   0

   0

 

   0

   0

Granger

M

Sw

 

   5

   1

 

   4

   1

 

 

   0

   0

 

   0

   0

Harper

M

Sw

 

   1

   0

 

   0

   0

 

 

   0

   0

 

   0

   0

Heeney

M

Sw

 

 12

   1

 

   9

   1

 

 

   2

   1

 

   0

   0

Jenkins

M

Sw

 

   4

   1

 

   3

   1

 

 

   0

   0

 

   0

   0

Kennedy

M

Sw

 

   2

   0

 

   1

   0

 

 

   0

   0

 

   0

   0

Patterson

M

Sw

 

   6

   2

 

   3

   1

 

 

   0

   0

 

   0

   0

Quinn JG

M

Sw

 

   7

   5

 

   7

   5

 

 

   3

   0

 

   0

   0

Rogin

M

Sw

 

   2

   0

 

   2

   0

 

 

   1

   0

 

   0

   0

Vogelsang

M

Sw

 

 11

   2

 

   5

   0

 

 

   4

   1

 

   1

   1

 

 

Female

 

   6

 

 31

 11

 

 17

   6

 

 

 10

   3

 

   2

   1

Male

 

 15

 

 95

 22

 

 59

 14

 

 

 22

   6

 

   4

   3

Total

 

 22

 

126

 33

 

 76

 20

 

 

 32

   9

 

   6

   4

 

 

 

Southwest Region Financial Data          ( in 1000 $’s )

 

 

 

 

 

Male Lump Sums             missing 2

 

N = 24         Mean = 24.9        Total = 597.6

 

1.000 3.600 3.600 4.500 4.500 5.000 5.000 7.700 10.00 10.10 18.30 22.80 23.00 23.10 24.00 25.00 25.00 28.00 29.00 36.00 37.90 50.00 60.00 140.0

 

 

 

 

Male Imputed Income           missing 2

 

N = 17         Mean = 33.9       Total = 576.3

 

7.000 8.000 10.00 13.00 14.00 16.00 20.00 23.00 25.00 25.00 30.00 30.00 31.00 43.00 46.00 50.00 186.0

 

 

 

 

Male Cost Penalties

 

N = 28         Mean = 14.5       Total = 406.0

 

0.6000 1.500 1.500 1.800 1.900 2.000 2.100 2.300 3.000 3.000 3.300 4.500 4.500 7.000 7.500 8.000 12.00 12.10 12.40 12.60 15.00 15.00 19.30 30.60 41.00 46.80 49.00 85.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Female Cost Penalties

 

N = 11         Mean = 9.2       Total = 101.2

 

1.500 2.000 2.700 5.000 5.500 5.800 6.500 8.000 14.00 18.00 32.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Southwest 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

 

 

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Roby v. Roby, 2003 CanLII 2111 (ON S.C.)

mj

C

 

5.5 K fine for first contempt and 7.5 K fine for second contempt, fines made post bankruptcy debt, security denied, unstated cost penalty

Quinn

M

Sw

sr

L

Bubis v. Jones, 2000 CanLII 22571 (ON S.C.)

mj

C

 

Both man and wife found in contempt, suspended sentences, custody reversed to wife

Quinn

M

Sw

sr

M

Kuzmanovic v. Kuzmanovic, 2001 CanLII 28195 (ON S.C.)

mj

C

 

Court finds man guilty of contempt for failing to submit disclosure on it’s own motion, 5 days in jail

Leitch

F

Sw

sr

M

Simmons v. Simmons, 2007 CanLII 40221 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

3.3

3.3 K costs for variation, 3.3 K retroactive arrears, 1.4 K credit card lump, 10.5 K arrears, FRO may apply for commital of there’s a default, previous 3 K cost penalty by Harper J

Marshman

F

Sw

F

F

Dale v. Dale, 2003 CanLII 2006 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.8

Wife gets 1.8 K in costs from interim motion

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

Deelstra v. Van Osch, 2003 CanLII 2007 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

30.6

Divorce action, 4 day trial, wife gets custody 30.6 K

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

Dietrich v. Franklin, 2003 CanLII 41467 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

41.0

Divorce action and appeal, 41 K costs

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

Giguere v. Giguere, 2004 CanLII 5004 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

12.1

Trial of support, 12.1 K costs

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

MacKinnon v. MacKinnon, 2004 CanLII 8945 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

49.0

Wife gets 49 K in 6 day trial, 12 K more costs of appeal in 2005, 36 K retroactive support, 10.7 K total monthly support

Marshman

F

Sw

F

F

Morrison v. Morrison, 2003 CanLII 1950 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

7.5

Divorce action, 7.5 K costs

Marshman

M

Sw

sr

F

Ridout v. Ridout, 2006 CanLII 32914 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

0.6

Interim motion 0.6 K costs

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

Verscheure v. Verscheure, 2006 CanLII 4493 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

8.0

2.7 K per month child support even though father has child more than 40 %, 3.7 to 3 to 2.5 K spousal support per month, 2.7 K per month child support even though father has child more than 40 %, 3.7 to 3 to 2.5 K spousal support per month 8 K costs

Nolan

F

Sw

sr

L

P.R. v. W.M.R., 2006 CanLII 28911 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

12.6

Both man and wife ask for house, wife gets exclusive possession, mutual non depletion order, restraining order, 12.6 K costs

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Biggin v. Maloney, 2006 CanLII 7511 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.5

Simple case, 1.5 K costs

Campbell

M

Sw

F

F

Brennan v. Brennan, 2002 CanLII 2742 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

2.1

Interim motion,both parties claim to have spent over 30 K, 2.1 K costs

Campbell

M

Sw

F

F

Dababneh v. Dababneh, 2004 CanLII 5858 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

85.0

Divorce action,  wife gets 85 K

Campbell

M

Sw

sr

F

DePace v. Michienzi, 2000 CanLII 22460 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

19.3

Mans pleadings struck 19.3 K costs

Campbell

M

Sw

sr

M

Ficca v. Ficca, 2004 CanLII 6226 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.9

Motion to change access, 1.9 K costs

Campbell

M

Sw

sr

F

Ridout v. Ridout, 2006 CanLII 32914 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

7.0

Divorce action, man must pay 7 K costs

Campbell

M

Sw

M

F

Waywell v. Waywell, 2004 CanLII 7577 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

2.0

Wife asks 30 K for interim support relief and gets 2 K

Cusinato

M

Sw

M

F

Dias v. Dias, 2005 CanLII 41541 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

2.3

Interim motion on sale of property, 2.3 K costs

Cusinato

M

Sw

M

F

Kauric v. Kauric, 2006 CanLII 31729 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

12.4

Support variation, 12.4 K costs, 41 K US arrears

Cusinato

M

Sw

sr

M

Marar v. Marar, 2004 CanLII 15749 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

15.0

Mans pleadings struck, house vested to wife as security, 15 K costs

Cusinato

M

Sw

M

M

Simpson v. Simpson, 2006 CanLII 819 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

4.5

All issues settled prior to trial except spousal support, 4.5 K costs

Dandie

M

Sw

F

M

Lawson v. Lawson, 2004 CanLII 4774 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

15.0

105 K costs overturned on appeal and left for new trial judge, 15 K costs of appeal against man

Desotti

M

Sw

M

M

Holmes v. Holmes, 2005 CanLII 5488 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

12.0

Divorce action with 3 day trial, wife gets 12 K, husband asks 45 K

Desotti

M

Sw

F

M

Leblanc v. Longpre, 2006 CanLII 33319 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

3.0

3 K costs interim motion

Harper

M

Sw

sr

M

Simmons v. Simmons, 2007 CanLII 40221 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

3.0

Default on support 3.0 K costs, man does not comply with disclosure

Jenkins

M

Sw

M

M

Rizzo v. Rizzo, 2001 CanLII 28119 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.5

1.5 K costs interim motion

Patterson

M

Sw

ex

F

Sheffiel-Lambros v. Sheffiel, 2005 CanLII 4449 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

4.5

Deceased husband does not appear and is given a 4.5 K cost penalty

Quinn

M

Sw

sr

M

Kuzmanovic v. Kuzmanovic, 2001 CanLII 28195 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

46.8

46.8 K costs of divorce action

Ducharme

M

Sw

ex

M

Elliott v. Elliott, 2004 CanLII 30969 (ON C.A.)

 

mn

D

 

Noted in default and an order made for a reference into a pension asset not ruled on at trial

Rogin

M

Sw

M

M

Wigle v. Wigle, 2003 CanLII 2359 (ON S.C.)

mj

D

 

17 K arrears of spousal support, charging order, costs

Vogelsang

M

Sw

F

M

Kohl v. Finnis, 2000 CanLII 22445 (ON S.C.)

mj

D

 

Default on support, variation refused, 36 K arrears, mans drivers license suspended

Volgesang

M

Sw

M

M

Marchese v. Marchese, 2004 CanLII 34429 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

D

 

Default on costs and support, threat of pleadings struck  and contempt, support order imputed

 

 

Sw

sr

M

Marar v. Marar, 2004 CanLII 15749 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ep

 

Wife gets exclusive possession of family home, 1 K per month spousal support, no children

 

 

Sw

sr

L

P.R. v. W.M.R., 2006 CanLII 28911 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ep

 

Both man and wife ask for house, wife gets exclusive possession, mutual non depletion order, restraining order, 12.6 K costs

Marshman

F

Sw

F

F

Dale v. Dale, 2003 CanLII 2006 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ep

 

Wife gets exclusive interim possession of family home

Dandie

M

Sw

F

M

Lawson v. Lawson, 2004 CanLII 4774 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ep

 

Wife gets exclusive possession and man gets occupancy rent, overturned on appeal

Granger

M

Sw

M

M

Masztics v. Masztics, 2003 CanLII 2176 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ep

 

Wife gets exclusive possession, $ 383 per month child support and $ 700 spousal support

 

 

Sw

sr

L

P.R. v. W.M.R., 2006 CanLII 28911 (ON S.C.)

mn

F

 

Both man and wife ask for house, wife gets exclusive possession, mutual non depletion order, restraining order, 12.6 K costs

Abbey

M

Sw

M

M

Garlough v. Garlough, 2002 CanLII 2845 (ON S.C.)

mn

F

 

Preservation order against family trust, wife gets house and support

Campbell

M

Sw

F

F

Dababneh v. Dababneh, 2003 CanLII 1959 (ON S.C.)

mj

F

 

 Security and non dissipation orders against man continued

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

M

Roby v. Roby, 2003 CanLII 2111 (ON S.C.)

mj

F

 

Man declares bankruptcy, multiple contempts, non dissipation order, 12.5 K in costs post bankruptcy, support recovery and reset on actual post bankruptcy income

Leitch

F

Sw

sr

M

Mendler v. Mendler, 2006 CanLII 6693 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

31.0

Man claims 41 K income and is imputed to 72 K per year

Marshman

F

Sw

M

F

Clewlow v. Clewlow, 2004 CanLII 7355 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

25.0

$ 222 child support and $ 140 spousal support based on imputed income of 25 K, man laid off and gets some work as a handyman, wife earns 19 K

Marshman

F

Sw

sr

F

Colafranceschi v. Colafranceschi, 2005 CanLII 10646 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

23.0

Man imputed to 85 K from previous imputation of 62 K, wife gets Ύ of assets due to lump sum and costs

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

Hofsteede v. Hofsteede, 2006 CanLII 2052 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

7.0

Man claims 76 K income and is imputed to 83 K, wife claims 10 K income and is imputed to 25 K

Rady

F

Sw

F

M

Raptis v. Raptis, 2006 CanLII 25413 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

10.0

Man claims a 16 K income and is imputed to 26 K, most arrears rescinded

Templeton

F

Sw

M

M

Hogan v. Hogan, 2004 CanLII 31372 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

46.0

Man claims 39 K income, imputed to 85 K

Brokenshire

M

Sw

M

M

Masztics v. Masztics, 2003 CanLII 2176 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

14.0

140 K lump sum added to equalization for mans depletion of jointly owned trucking company, average depletion 41 K per year but man imputed to 55 K, wife unemployed imputerd to 12 K, wife gets 1.4 K total support per month

Campbell

M

Sw

M

F

Babinsky v. Babinsky, 2006 CanLII 32912 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

13.0

Man claims 28 K income and is imputed to 41 K, man owes 30 K arrears, 21 K of it to social services

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Bruzas v. Bruzas, 2005 CanLII 36267 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

186.0

Man imputed from 64 K claimed to 250 K, separation agreement overturned and man must pay 3.4 K instead of 2.5 K per month

Campbell

M

Sw

M

F

Depace v. Michienzi, 2000 CanLII 22560 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

43.0

Mans claims ongoing losses and is imputed to 43 K

Cusinato

M

Sw

M

M

Simpson v. Simpson, 2005 CanLII 44188 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

8.0

Man claims 52 K income and is imputed to 60 K

Dandie

M

Sw

F

M

Lawson v. Lawson, 2004 CanLII 4774 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

 

Mans income imputed to 48 K and wifes income imputed to 18 K

Desotti

M

Sw

M

F

Gibson v. Gibson, 2005 CanLII 5487 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

25.0

Unemployed man is imputed to 25 K per year, he recieves 1 L per month spousal saupport for 24 months

Granger

M

Sw

F

M

Visnjic v. Visnjic, 2000 CanLII 22592 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

50.0

Man says he earns no income and is imputed to 50 K per year

Heeney

M

Sw

M

F

Dench v. Dench, 2005 CanLII 22211 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

 

Man imputed to 150 K, wife imputed to 15 K, Man must pay 3.1 K per month in total support, wife mild

Heeney

M

Sw

M

F

Kapogiannes v. Kapogiannes, 2000 CanLII 22424 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

30.0

Husband claims about 10 K income and is imputed to 40 K

Jenkins

M

Sw

sr

M

Barta v. Barta, 2005 CanLII 468 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

16.0

Man claims 40 K income and is imputed to 56 K

Kennedy

M

Sw

M

F

Leckie v. Leckie, 2003 CanLII 1971 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

30.0

30 K additional income imputed for consulting

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

M

Marchese v. Marchese, 2002 CanLII 40030 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

20.0

Man studying for PHD can make extra income, imputed at 20 K per year

Campbell

M

Sw

sr

F

Attwood v. Sharma, 2000 CanLII 22567 (ON S.C.)

mj

Js

 

Mans claim for custody and access dismissed with no hope of succeeding, restraining order

Granger

M

Sw

sr

F

D.R.D. v. S.E.G., 2001 CanLII 28122 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Js

 

Mans suit for damages for fraud over childs paternity dismissed, claim for past support dismissed bur arrears rescinded and support terminated

Leitch

F

Sw

M

M

Evans v. Evans, 2003 CanLII 2021 (ON S.C.)

mn

L

4.5

4.5 K lump sum for retroactive child support, 1300 per month spousal support

Leitch

F

Sw

sr

M

Mendler v. Mendler, 2006 CanLII 6693 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

23.0

Lump sum of 23 K from severance package, increase in child support retroactive

Marshman

F

Sw

sr

M

Colafranceschi v. Colafranceschi, 2005 CanLII 10646 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

 

Man imputed to 85 K from previous imputation of 62 K, wife gets Ύ of assets due to lump sum and costs

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

MacKinnon v. MacKinnon, 2004 CanLII 8945 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

36.0

Wife gets 49 K in 6 day trial, 12 K more costs of appeal in 2005, 36 K retroactive support, 10.7 K total monthly support

Morrisette

F

Sw

F

M

Hugel v. Hugel, 2004 CanLII 15763 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

25.0

25 K lump sum for compensatory support, 28 K in retroactive child support, 3.5 K per month in child support, must keep 250 K insurance policy as security

Abbey

M

Sw

F

M

Larkin v. Labontι, 2002 CanLII 2664 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

60.0

60 K unjust enrichment to be paid  as a lump sum from mans RRSP

Brokenshire

M

Sw

M

M

Masztics v. Masztics, 2003 CanLII 2176 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

140.0

140 K lump sum added to equalization for mans depletion of jointly owned trucking company, average depletion 41 K per year but man imputed to 55 K, wife unemployed imputerd to 12 K, 7.7 K retroactive arrears

Desotti

M

Sw

M

F

Bromley v. Brown, 2005 CanLII 19798 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

23.1

23.1 K retroactive arrears, separation agreement overturned

Desotti

M

Sw

F

M

Davis v. Davis, 2003 CanLII 2300 (ON S.C.)

 

mn

L

3.6

Lump sum of 3.6 K for retroactive support, 1.5 K per month ongoing support

Desotti

M

Sw

F

M

Kocak v. Durco, 2004 CanLII 5054 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

24.0

24 K lump sum to woman in 10 year cohabitation relationship, to be paid $ 200 per month

Desotti

M

Sw

F

M

Leblanc v. Longpre, 2006 CanLII 33319 (ON S.C.)

mn

L

3.6

3.6 K Lump sum for retroactive support, portions of separation agreement overturned

Ducharme

M

Sw

M

M

Bechard v. Illingworth, 2003 CanLII 1923 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

5.0

Must pay 5 K lump sum in 180 days for not disclosing rental income, man gets 1 K per month spousal support

Ducharme

M

Sw

M

F

Pickard v. Pickard, 2005 CanLII 23688 (ON S.C)

mj

L

5.0

5 K retroactive support lump sum

Granger

M

Sw

F

M

Benoit v. Benoit, 2000 CanLII 22570 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

7.7

7.7 K in retroactive arrears, 2.8 K per month in total ongoing support

Heeney

M

Sw

M

F

Colafranceschi v. Colafranceschi, 2001 CanLII 28188 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

37.9

37.9 K lump sum spousal award, 4 K arrears. 5.9 K retroactive arrears, 1.2 K reimbursement

Heeney

M

Sw

M

F

Kapogiannes v. Kapogiannes, 2000 CanLII 22424 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

10.0

Lump of 10 K to be paid from 50 K held by court for retroactive support

Heeney

M

Sw

sr

M

K. M. O. v. L. O., 2004 CanLII 2544 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

22.8

Man estranged from adult daughter must pay 22.8 K retroactive lump sum for her masters degree

Heeney

M

Sw

F

M

Leis v. Leis, 2002 CanLII 2796 (ON S.C.)

mn

L

1.0

1 K lump sum for retroactive arrears

Heeney

M

Sw

M

M

Pacheco v. Pacheco, 2001 CanLII 28116 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

 

Mans pension to be divided as a lump sum limiting ongoing spousal support

Heeney

M

Sw

M

M

Poole v. Poole, 2001 CanLII 28196 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

10.1

10.1 K lump for support arrears and truck payment

Patterson

M

Sw

M

M

Laprise v. Laprise, 2004 CanLII 23638 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

18.3

12.9 K retroactive child support award, 5.4 K retroactive spousal support award

Quinn

M

Sw

M

F

Higgins v. Higgins, 2001 CanLII 28223 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

29.0

Lump sum of 29 K for occupation rent, man has custody pays wife net support of $ 840 per month, wife unemployed and imputed to 30 K

Quinn

M

Sw

sr

M

Kuzmanovic v. Kuzmanovic, 2001 CanLII 28195 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

50.0

Lump sum spousal support of 50 K

Rogin

M

Sw

M

M

Mickle v. Mickle, 2006 CanLII 9150 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

28.0

28 K lump sum retroactive support award

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

M

Koch v. Koch, 2001 CanLII 28155 (ON S.C.)

mj

L

25.0

25 K lump sum as compensatory support

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

ex

Ogonowski v. Ogonowska, 2001 CanLII 28175 (ON S.C.)

mn

L

4.5

4.5 K lump sum to social services because wife didn’t tell them of husbands employment, 1.3 K arrears

Heeney

M

Sw

M

F

Dench v. Dench, 2005 CanLII 22211 (ON S.C.)

mj

Pr

 

Wife gets 21.9 K prejudgment interest

Heeney

M

Sw

F

M

Kucera v. Kucera, 2005 CanLII 12854 (ON S.C.)

mn

Pr

 

Wife gets prejudgment interest on equalization, minor

Heeney

M

Sw

M

F

Wilson v. Wilson, 2002 CanLII 2824 (ON S.C.)

mn

Pr

 

Wife gets prejudgment interest on 17.5 K child support arrears

 

 

Sw

sr

L

P.R. v. W.M.R., 2006 CanLII 28911 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Both man and wife ask for house, wife gets exclusive possession, mutual non depletion order, restraining order, 12.6 K costs

 

 

Sw

sr

M

Nastasi v. Nastasi, 2006 CanLII 33689 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Mans tries to commit suicide and gets supervised access, wife gets custody, supervised access rescinded, restraining order, man must take medication to have access

Morrissette

F

Sw

sr

M

D .K. v. D. K, 2003 CanLII 2365 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Man charged and acquitted of assault, wife hires private investigators, wife gets custody, denies access, contempt, 2 children don’t want to see man, man gets custody of third child

Nolan

F

Sw

sr

L

P.R. v. W.M.R., 2006 CanLII 28911 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Both man and wife ask for house, wife gets exclusive possession, mutual non depletion order, restraining order, 12.6 K costs

Rady

F

Sw

M

M

Elrafih v. Halbouni, 2004 CanLII 15455 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Man convicted of domestic assault, wife gets custody

Rady

F

Sw

M

sr

Snih v. Snih, 2004 CanLII 16815 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mutual non harrassment order

Rady

F

Sw

M

F

Sylvester v. Sylvester, 2006 CanLII 36360 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mutual restraining order

Campbell

M

Sw

sr

F

Attwood v. Sharma, 2000 CanLII 22567 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mans claim for custody and access dismissed with no hope of succeeding, restraining order

Campbell

M

Sw

F

F

Dababneh v. Dababneh, 2003 CanLII 1959 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

Man convicted of assault, wife gets children, equalization payment of 257 K to wife, security and non dissipation orders

Campbell

M

Sw

sr

F

Ridout v. Ridout, 2006 CanLII 32914 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ro

 

2 years after divorce judgment man seeks to vary restraining order made

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

L

Anshasi v. Ramlawi, 2004 CanLII 9558 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Man charged with assault, no children, spousal support 1.6 K per month

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

M

Marchese v. Marchese, 2002 CanLII 40030 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Man charged with assault and acquitted, wife gets interim custody

 

 

Sw

sr

M

Nastasi v. Nastasi, 2006 CanLII 33689 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sa

 

Mans tries to commit suicide and gets supervised access, wife gets custody, supervised access rescinded, restraining order

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

Hurd v. Hurd, 2006 CanLII 15312 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sa

 

Man gets interim supervised access after not seeing daughter for 6 weeks, wife gets 1 K cost penalty unless vacated

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Jones v. Scheltgen, 2003 CanLII 2389 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Sa

 

Criminal convictions and charges, drugs and jail, supervised access, access suspended and cut, many conditions

Jenkins

M

Sw

M

M

P.F. v. E.J.J.F., 2003 CanLII 2115 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Sa

 

Domestic assault, threats, jail, denied access, supervised access ordered to be unsupervised if successful, retroactive support

Vogelsang

M

Sw

sr

M

Weiler v. Phifer, 2007 CanLII 9240 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sa

 

Wife takes children from Texas to Ontario, husband gets supervied access later changed to unsupervised, husband must deposit his passport to get access, heard in 2005

Leitch

F

Sw

sr

M

Ridout v. Ridout, 2006 CanLII 32914 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

1 K security for costs to continue motion to vary

Morrisette

F

Sw

M

M

Hugel v. Hugel, 2004 CanLII 15763 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Must keep 250 K insurance policy as security for support, 3.5 K per month in child support, 25 K in retroactive support, 28 K in compensatory spousal support

Nolan

F

Sw

sr

L

P.R. v. W.M.R., 2006 CanLII 28911 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Man must designate wife as beneficiary of insurance policy

Rady

F

Sw

F

M

C.J.S. v. S.S., 2005 CanLII 15468 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Joint custody, both man and wife must maintain insurance policies naming the children as beneficiaries

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Fisher v. Fisher, 2006 CanLII 4950 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Must designate wife as beneficiary of life insurance to secure 2.6 K per month support, support drops to 1 K in a year

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Thomson v. Thomson, 2004 CanLII 7356 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sc

 

Insurance policy and charge binding on estate for security

Cusinato

M

Sw

ex

F

Gibb v. Gibb, 2004 CanLII 27718 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Man must designate children as beneficiaries of life insurance policy, support increased ex parte

Cusinato

M

Sw

sr

M

Marar v. Marar, 2004 CanLII 15749 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sc

 

Mans pleadings struck, house vested to wife as security, 15 K costs

Cusinato

M

Sw

M

M

Simpson v. Simpson, 2005 CanLII 44188 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Man must designate wife as beneficiary of insurance policy

Granger

M

Sw

F

M

Benoit v. Benoit, 2000 CanLII 22570 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Man must designate wife as beneficiary of insurance policy

Heeney

M

Sw

M

F

Dench v. Dench, 2005 CanLII 22211 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sc

 

Man must designate wife as beneficiary of his 200 K insurance policy, support to be enforceable against mans estate

Jenkins

M

Sw

M

M

P.F. v. E.J.J.F., 2003 CanLII 2115 (ON S.C.)

 

mj

Sc

 

Charging order on his farm for child support, jailed for death threat against wife

Kennedy

M

Sw

M

F

Leckie v. Leckie, 2003 CanLII 1971 (ON S.C.)

 

mn

Sc

 

Security for ongoing support by life insurance policy, equalization prepayment of 14 K from sale of home, his sailboat and RRSP

Patterson

M

Sw

M

M

Adams v. Adams, 2000 CanLII 22550 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sc

 

11.7 K per month total support binding on estate, man must keep insurance policy as security for support.

Patterson

M

Sw

M

F

Bondy v. Bondy, 2004 CanLII 14546 (ON S.C.)

 

mn

Sc

 

98 K life insurance to secure spousal support, wife asks for RRSP too but is denied

Patterson

M

Sw

M

M

Laprise v. Laprise, 2004 CanLII 23638 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Wife is to be named beneficiary of insurance policy

Patterson

M

Sw

ex

F

Sheffiel-Lambros v. Sheffiel, 2005 CanLII 4449 (ON S.C.)

mj

Sc

 

27 K proceeds of life insurance designated as security for support ordered paid to daughter from husbands estate

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

M

McLean v. McLean, 2004 CanLII 34800 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Both husband and wife must keep insurance policies as security

Vogelsang

M

Sw

sr

M

Weiler v. Phifer, 2007 CanLII 9240 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Wife takes children from Texas to Ontario, husband gets supervied access later changed to unsupervised, husband must deposit his passport to get access, heard in 2005

Brokenshire

M

Sw

F

F

Durocher v. Lauzon, 2003 CanLII 8943 (ON C.A.)

mj

St

 

Appeal of uncontested trial after pleadings struck dismissed, no relief except minor change on pension amounts

Quinn

M

Sw

F

F

Boucher v. Boucher, 2003 CanLII 39249 (ON C.A.)

mj

St

 

Appeal of pleadings struck dismissed, 3 K costs of appeal

Quinn

M

Sw

sr

L

Marar v. Marar, 2004 CanLII 15749 (ON S.C.)

mj

St

 

Mans pleadings struck, undefended trial, 15 K costs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2) Penalties Against Females

 

 

 

 

Desotti

M

Sw

M

sr

D .K. v. D. K, 2003 CanLII 2365 (ON S.C.)

mn

C

 

2 contempt motions for denied access, minor or no penalty, father gets make up access, on the third contempt motion Morissette J denies contempt but gives father custody

Desotti

M

Sw

M

sr

Vandenelsen v. Merkley, 2003 CanLII 1965 (ON S.C.)

mj

C

 

Wife abducts children, contempt sentence unstated, criminal charges

Quinn

M

Sw

sr

L

Bubis v. Jones, 2000 CanLII 22571 (ON S.C.)

mn

C

 

Both man and wife found in contempt, suspended sentences, custody reversed to wife

Marshman

F

Sw

F

M

Bowcock v. Bowcock, 2005 CanLII 18193 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

5.5

Husband must call motion to terminate support because of wifes actions, asks for 6.8 K gets 5.5 K

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

Verscheure v. Verscheure, 2006 CanLII 13238 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

8.0

Divorce, husband gets 8 K costs for interim motion to be offset against his support payments

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

Al-Mutter v. Al-Ekabi, 2003 CanLII 1945 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

6.5

Wife must pay 6.5 K costs for interim motion

Marshman

F

Sw

M

M

Al-Mutter v. Al-Ekabi, 2003 CanLII 1945 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

32.5

Divorce action, 15 day trial, wife must pay 32.5 K and her lawyer 5 K in costs

Marshman

F

Sw

F

F

Miller v. Miller, 2005 CanLII 463 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

1.5

Wife motion for supervised access fails 1.5 K costs

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Cumpson v. Templeton, 2005 CanLII 50010 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

14.0

Husband wins custody and mobility trial, 14 K costs

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

MacRae v. Simpson, 2003 CanLII 2307 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

5.8

Half day motion, husband asks 27.8 K and gets 5.8 K

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Snih v. Snih, 2007 CanLII 20774 (ON S.C.)

mj

Cts

18.0

Wife loses custody action, husband claims 30 K and gets 18 K

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Walker v. Walker, 2006 CanLII 20095 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

5.0

Husband gets 5 K

Cusinato

M

Sw

M

M

Moore v. Riley, 2005 CanLII 24928 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

2.0

2 K costs of interim motion

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

F

Marshall v. Marshall, 2004 CanLII 4015 (ON S.C.)

mn

Cts

2.7

Custody and access motion, 2.7 K costs

 

 

Sw

sr

L

P.R. v. W.M.R., 2006 CanLII 28911 (ON S.C.)

mn

F

 

Mutual non depletion order

Brokenshire

M

Sw

M

M

Masztics v. Masztics, 2003 CanLII 2176 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

12.0

Wife unemployed is imputed 12 K income, recieves 1.4 K per month total support and 7.7 K retroactive arrears

Dandie

M

Sw

F

M

Lawson v. Lawson, 2004 CanLII 4774 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

 

Mans income imputed to 48 K and wifes income imputed to 18 K

Heeney

M

Sw

M

F

Dench v. Dench, 2005 CanLII 22211 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

15.0

Man imputed to 150 K, wife imputed to 15 K, Man must pay 3.1 K per month in total support, wife mild

Heeney

M

Sw

M

sr

Yeo v. Yeo, 2003 CanLII 2276 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

7.0

Wife is on unemployment asnd is imputed to former 17 K income, recieves $ 600 per month spousal support, husband has custody

Quinn

M

Sw

L

L

Brisebois v. Brisebois, 2006 CanLII 7024 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

6.0

Wife imputed from 24 K to 30 K and later varied

Quinn

M

Sw

M

F

Higgins v. Higgins, 2001 CanLII 28223 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ip

30.0

Lump sum of 29 K for occupation rent to wife, man has custody pays wife net support of $ 840 per month, wife unemployed and imputed to 30 K

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

sr

Stoangi v. Petersen, 2006 CanLII 24124 (ON S.C.)

mj

Ip

13.0

Wife imputed from 49 K to 62 K because she quit her job

Nolan

F

Sw

M

sr

Domise v. Oyadiran, 2006 CanLII 2614 (ON S.C.)

mj

Js

 

Wifes motion challenging the validity of a US divorce is summarily dismissed

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

Jahangiri-Mavaneh v. Taheri-Zengekani, 2005 CanLII 17771 (ON C.A.)

mn

Js

 

Summary judgment dismissal of wifes support action overturned on appeal

Campbell

M

Sw

M

sr

L.C.M. v. C.A.V., 2003 CanLII 47888 (ON S.C.)

mj

Js

 

Wife denied a trial, husband gets custody

Campbell

M

Sw

M

M

MacRae v. Simpson, 2002 CanLII 2723 (ON S.C.)

mn

Js

 

Womans motion to reopen separation agreement is dismissed by summary judgment

Morrisette

F

Sw

M

F

J.E.H. v. W.V.D., 2004 CanLII 16460 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Both parents have been convicted of assault, Wife is imprisoned and man gets custody, custody reversed to mother

Rady

F

Sw

M

sr

Snih v. Snih, 2004 CanLII 16815 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mutual non harassment order

Rady

F

Sw

M

F

Sylvester v. Sylvester, 2006 CanLII 36360 (ON S.C.)

mn

Ro

 

Mutual restraining order

Volgelsang

M

Sw

sr

L

J.E.H. v. W.V.D., 2004 CanLII 16460 (ON S.C.)

 

mn

Sa

 

Charged with assault, jail, gets supervised access self represented, both have been charged and convicted before, then unsupervised, then sole custody with lawyer

Rady

F

Sw

F

M

C.J.S. v. S.S., 2005 CanLII 15468 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Joint custody, both man and wife must maintain insurance policies naming the children as beneficiaries

Rogin

M

Sw

M

F

Ridland v. Ridland, 2002 CanLII 49519 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Spousal support payments made binding on estate of wife

Vogelsang

M

Sw

M

M

McLean v. McLean, 2004 CanLII 34800 (ON S.C.)

mn

Sc

 

Both husband and wife must keep insurance policies as security