Peter Roscoe’ Research

 

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1 – Court Ordered Payors Income per Year in $ 1000’s

2 – Income Claimed by Payors per Year in $ 1000’s

3 – Total Support Ordered per Month in $’s

4 – Support Recipients Income per Year in $ 1000’s

5 – Type of Support ( c= Child Support,   s = Spousal Support,   b = Both Child and Spousal Support )

6 – Court ( s = Superior Court,   o = Ontario Court of Justice,   y = Court of Appeal )

7    Child Support per Month in $’s

8     Spousal Support per Month in $’s

 

 

1

   2

   3

   4

5

6

                   Case

7  CS

8  SS

                      Outcome

 

 

24.6

24.6

19.8

4.8

1.4

0.0

3.6

3.6

 

 

b

s

Lear v. Lear, 2004 CanLII 14820 (ON S.C.)

1000

650

$ 1000 child support and $ 650 spousal support from man with 24.6 K per year claimed income

30

30

5.5

24.5

3.7

0.8

20.8

20.0

 

 

b

o

Bouchard v. Ouellet, 2005 ONCJ 335 (CanLII)

266

192

$ 266 per month child support and $ 192 spousal support, man does not give financial figures and is imputed to an income of 30 K, 3 months retroactive support

34

26

9.5

24.5

5.0

11.9

19.5

7.6

 

 

b

o

DeFina v. DeFina, 2007 ONCJ 94 (CanLII)

660

129

$ 660 per month child support and $ 129 spousal support, 1 year and 3 months retroactive arrears, man claims 26 K income imputed to 34 K

35

35

12.4

24.1

4.1

6.3

20.0

13.7

 

 

b

s

Elizabeth Ann Zunti v. Ian George McIntosh, 2004 CanLII 19511 (ON S.C.)

506

400

$ 506 per month child support and $ 400 per month spousal support, 7 months retroactive, s.7 expenses,  mans income 35 K per year

36

36

8.6

27.4

6.5

0.0

20.9

20.9

 

 

b

s

Mahood v. Mahood, 2005 CanLII 19841 (ON S.C.)

518

200

$ 518 child support to be reduced to $ 313 when child graduates, $ 200 spousal support, mans income 36 K per year

38.8

38.8

11.8

27.0

4.7

19.0

22.3

3.3

 

 

b

o

Gregory v. Brown, 2005 ONCJ 284 (CanLII)

554

433

$ 554 child support and 433 spousal support, arrears not rescinded, mans income 38.8 K

42.7

0.0

13.3

29.4

5.4

12.2

24.0

11.8

 

 

b

o

T.R. v. R.T., 2006 ONCJ 173 (CanLII)

605

500

$ 605 per month child support and $ 500 per month spousal support, man quits job and claims no income and is imputed at 42.7 K per year, 11 months retroactive arrears

43

43

10.2

32.8

6.1

42.5

26.7

(15.8)

 

 

b

s

Connors v. Connors, 2006 CanLII 17597 (ON S.C.)

651

200

 $ 651 child support per month and $ 200 spousal support, arrears 42.5 K, enforcement action by FRO, man makes 43 K

45

45

15.9

29.1

5.6

3.5

23.5

20.0

 

 

b

s

M.S. v. I.S., 2003 CanLII 2239 (ON S.C.)

300

900

$ 300 child support and $ 900 spousal support, s.7 expenses, arrears reduced from 5.4 K to 3.5 K,.mans income 45 K

45.9

45.9

12.5

33.4

6.8

31.6

26.6

(5.0)

 

 

b

s

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

880

160

$ 880 per month child support and $ 160 spousal support, arrears partly rescinded, mans income 45.9 K per year, costs 12.6 K

46

46

16.8

31.2

4.8

1.3

26.4

25.1

 

 

b

s

Millward v. Millward, 2003 CanLII 2116 (ON S.C.)

396

1000

$ 1000 spousal support and $ 396 per month child support  1.3 K s.7 expense, short marrige, short marriage, mans income 46 K

50

50

15.4

34.6

5.9

2.5

28.7

26.2

 

 

b

s

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

435

850

$ 850 spousal support and $ 435 child support, 2.5 K in lump sum support, non depletion order, disability and pension imputed to 50 K

50

50

23.8

26.2

5.6

0.0

20.6

20.6

 

 

b

s

Stigter v. Stigter, 2006 CanLII 43638 (ON S.C.)

986

1000

$ 986 per month interim child support and $ 1000 per month spousal support based on income of 50 K

51

0.0

17.1

33.9

6.5

11.9

27.4

15.5

 

 

b

s

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

713

713

$ 713 spousal support and $ 713 child support and $ 2300 s.7 expense award and 9.6 K retroactive arrears, man claims no income and is imputed to 51 K

52

52

11.1

40.9

12.1

2.8

28.8

26.0

 

 

b

s

Willson v. Willson, 2003 CanLII 2273 (ON S.C.)

726

200

$ 726 child support and $ 200 spousal support based on income of 52 K, 3 months of retoractive spousal support

52.3

52.3

9.0

43.3

12.1

0.0

31.2

31.2

 

 

b

s

Somerville v. Somerville, 2005 CanLII 8705 (ON S.C.)

450

300

$ 450 child support and $ 300 spousal support, mans income 52.3 K

53.8

53.8

16.5

37.3

12.2

0.0

25.1

25.1

 

 

b

s

Van Bilsen v. Van Bilsen, 2003 CanLII 2012 (ON S.C.)

979

400

$ 979 child support per month and $ 400 spousal support, mans income 53.8 K, wife remarries a man with a 50 K income

56.7

56.7

13.8

42.9

12.6

1.2

30.3

29.9

 

 

b

s

Newton v. Newton, 2007 CanLII 48990 (ON S.C.)

 

623

526

623 spousal support, 526 child support based on 56.7 K income and 1 child, 1.2 K retroactive arrears

57

57

26.4

30.6

6.5

71.1

24.1

(47.0)

 

 

b

s

Wilson-Tick v. Tick, 2006 CanLII 12964 (ON S.C.)

866

1333

$ 866 per month child support, and 16 K per year or more spousal support, man has custody, 28.3 K spousal support arrears and 45.8 K child support arrears, mans income 57 K

58

58

25.8

32.2

6.6

22.0

25.6

3.6

 

 

b

o

Johnson v. Johnson, 2005 ONCJ 325 (CanLII)

752

1400

$ 1400 per month spousal support and $ 752 per month child support, retroactive arrears, mans income 58 K

59

59

22.6

36.4

8.9

10.0

27.5

17.5

 

 

b

s

Kropf v. Kropf, 2003 CanLII 2155 (ON S.C.)

881

1000

$ 1000 spousal support and $ 881 child support, arrears 10 K, man makes 59 K per year

60

40

7.3

52.7

15.5

16.5

37.2

20.7

 

 

b

s

Marok v. Marok, 2003 CanLII 9094 (ON S.C.)

507

100

$ 507 per month child support and $ 100 per month spousal support, 16.5 K arrears, man claims 40 K and is imputed to 60 K

60

0.0

20.6

39.4

12.3

4.0

27.1

23.0

 

 

b

o

E.K. v. I.K., 2005 CanLII 26319 (ON C.J.)

883

883

$ 883 child support and $ 833 spousal support, man claims no income and is imputed to 60 K, retroactive arrears including 4.5 K owed to Social Services

60

25

15.9

44.1

14.6

0.0

29.4

29.4

 

 

b

s

Scholes v. Scholes, 2003 CanLII 2349 (ON S.C.)

1076

250

$ 1076 per month child support and $ 250 interim spousal support, man claims 25 K income and is imputed to 60 K

60

60

54.0

6.0

3.8

53.0

2.2

(50.8)

 

 

b

s

Maceus-Agyekum v. Agyekum, 2005 CanLII 10539 (ON S.C.)

1000

3500

3.5 K spousal support per month, child support lowered to 1 K per month and s.7 expenses, 53 K retroactive arrears including 20 K lump sum spousal support, 50 K additional income imputed during previous order, man agrees to 60 K income

60

53

26.4

33.6

10.7

0.0

22.9

22.9

 

 

b

s

Humphrey v. Humphrey, 2006 CanLII 42709 (ON S.C.)

 

900

1300

$ 1300 spousal support per month and $ 900 child support per month, man claims 53 K per year income and is imputed to 60 K

63

63

20.2

42.8

15.0

0.0

27.8

27.8

 

 

b

s

Manning v. Bain, 2007 CanLII 27974 (ON S.C.)

1287

400

$ 1287 per month child support for 3 children and $ 400 spousal support based on income of 63 K

63.5

63.5

21.8

41.7

13.2

32.0

28.5

(3.5)

 

 

b

s

G.A.F. v. L.E.D., 2005 CanLII 32923 (ON S.C.)

876

939

$ 876 per month child support of which 390 per month is s.7 expense and arrears and $ 939 spousal support with 13 K arrears, mans income is 63.5 K per year

65

65

24.6

40.4

8.7

0.0

31.7

31.7

 

 

b

s

Clement v. Clement, 2007 CanLII 12686 (ON S.C.)

600

1450

$ 1450 spousal support per month and $ 600 per month child support based on an income of 65 K per year

68

60

24.1

43.9

14.0

0.0

29.9

29.9

 

 

b

s

Spicer v. Benoit-Spicer, 2004 CanLII 11631 (ON S.C.

9070

1100

$ 907 per month child support and $ 1100 per month spousal support, man claims 60 K income but must pay on fomer 68 K per year amount

72

72

23.5

48.5

15.6

0.0

32.9

32.9

 

 

b

s

Billings v. Billings, 2004 CanLII 5029 (ON S.C.)

957

1000

$ 957 per month interim child support and $ 1000 K spousal support, mans income 72 K

73

73

31.1

41.9

18.1

3.4

23.7

20.3

 

 

b

s

Somerville v. Somerville, 2006 CanLII 9984 (ON S.C.)

x

400

$ 958 per month child support and $ 400 spousal support, s.7 expenses, 3.4 K arrears, man makes 73 K

73

59

25.2

47.8

14.7

0.0

30.1

30.1

 

 

b

s

R.S.H. v. P.W.H., 2006 CanLII 23958 (ON S.C.)

1083

1317

$ 1083 child support per month and $ 1317 spousal support, man claims an income of 59 K and is imputed to 73 K

75

75

14.0

61.0

18.4

9.7

42.6

31.9

 

 

b

s

Janmaat v. Janmaat, 2005 CanLII 25890 (ON S.C.)

666

500

$ 666 per month interim child support and $ 500 spousal support, retroactive arrears, mans income 75 K per year

78

78

17.1

60.9

18.2

0.0

42.7

42.7

 

 

b

s

Donaldson v. Dénommée, 2004 CanLII 53115 (ON S.C.)

625

800

$ 625 child support and $ 800 spousal support, man makes 78 K per year

78

45

43.0

35.0

15.6

0.0

19.6

19.4

 

 

b

s

Rueter v. Rueter, 2003 CanLII 2231 (ON S.C.)

2183

1500

$ 1017 per month child support and $ 1066 per month s.7 expenses, and $ 1500 per month spousal support, man claims 45 K income imputed to 78 K per year

79

79

18.4

60.6

 

0.0

 

 

 

 

b

y

Marson v. Marson, 2001 CanLII 8534 (ON C.A.)

1200

 

2.5 K spousal support per month, 1.2 child support per month and s.7 expenses, man makes 79 K per year

80

80

14.9

65.1

19.0

0.0

46.1

46.1

 

 

b

o

Foster v. Foster, 2004 ONCJ 114 (CanLII)

639

600

 $ 600 spousal and $ 639 child, mans income 80 K per year

80

80

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b

s

Hinke v. Lake, 2007 CanLII 39754 (ON S.C.)

 

500

80 K imputed income for child support purposes for 2 children, $ 500 spousal support per month

84.1

84.1

28.8

55.3

16.7

22.0

38.6

16.6

 

 

b

s

Giles v. Giles, 2002 CanLII 2785 (ON S.C.)

700

1700

1.7 spousal support per month, 0.7 child support per month, retroactive arrears, man makes 84.1 K income per year

85

39

43.9

41.1

16.1

0.0

25.0

25.0

 

 

b

s

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

1035

1950

$ 1950 per month spousal support, $ 1035 K per month child support and s.7 expenses, man claims 39 K income and is imputed to 85 K

86

86

26.4

59.6

21.1

22.0

38.5

16.5

 

 

b

s

Stancheff v. Stancheff, 2005 CanLII 2059 (ON S.C.)

1100

1000

1 K per month spousal support retroactive, 1.1 K per month child support and s.7 expenses, man makes 86 K per year

96

96

24.6

71.4

23.2

4.5

48.2

43.7

 

 

b

s

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

752

1300

$ 1300 per month spousal support and $ 752 child support, 4.5 K retroactive arrears, mans income 96 K per year

98

98

24.1

73.9

25.9

0.0

48.0

48.0

 

 

b

s

Cianciotta v. Cianciotta, 2007 CanLII 24076 (ON S.C.)

779

1232

$ 779 child support and $ 1232 per month spousal support, mans income 98 K

100

0.0

45.6

54.4

21.0

36.0

33.4

(2.6)

 

 

b

y

Higgins v. Higgins, 2006 CanLII 33303 (ON C.A.)

1600

2200

3.8 K combined support plus 1 K per month arrears, spousal support 2.2 K per month, s.7 expenses and retroactive lump sums, man is assignee in bankruptcy, mans income imputed to 100 K

100

100

32.4

67.6

25.5

0.0

42.1

42.1

 

 

b

s

Logiacco v. Papadopoulos, 2005 CanLII 5473 (ON S.C.)

1200

1500

1.5 K spousal support per month, 1.2 K child support per month, man makes 100 K per year

102

55

47.5

54.5

29.2

0.0

25.3

25.3

 

 

b

s

Guy v. Tulloch, 2004 CanLII 11695 (ON S.C.)

2460

1500

$ 1960 per month child support and $ 500 per month s.7 expense and $ 1500 per month spousal support, man claims 55 K income and is imputed to 102 K

105

105

32.4

72.6

35.0

(22.5)

37.6

60.1

 

 

b

y

Raaymakers v. Green, 2006 CanLII 719 (ON C.A.)

1500

1200

1.2 K spousal support per month, 1.5 K childs support, trial costs against wife reduced to 11.5 K from 57 K and 10 K costs of appeal, man makes 105 K per year

120

120

28.2

91.8

39.9

5.7

51.9

46.2

 

 

b

s

Minty v. Minty, 2003 CanLII 2185 (ON S.C.)

724

1500

$ 1500 per month spousal support and $ 724 per month child support and s.7 expenses, retroactive s.7 expenses

132

55

67.2

64.8

35.3

0.0

29.5

29.5

 

 

b

y

Riel v. Holland, 2003 CanLII 3433 (ON C.A.)

2200

3400

3.4 spousal support per month, 2.2 child support per month, man claims 55 K and is imputed to 132 K per year

132

132

48.0

84.0

45.1

32.0

38.9

6.9

 

 

b

s

S.L. v. A.L., 2003 CanLII 2161 (ON S.C.)

1500

1500

2.5 K per month spousal support, 1.5 K per month child support, 132 K imputed income, 32 K arrears

150

150

69.6

80.4

47.2

15.5

33.2

17.7

 

 

b

s

Elieff v. Elieff, 2007 CanLII 15787 (ON S.C.)

3000

2600

3 K per month child support and 2.6 K per month spousal support and $ 200 per month s.7 expenses based on an income of 150 K, 40 K interim disbursement, 15.5 K costs

171

171

69.6

101.4

46.5

0.0

59.4

59.4

 

 

b

s

Antonopoulos v. Antonopoulos, 2006 CanLII 3289 (ON S.C.)

1300

4500

 4.5 K spousal support per month, 1.3 K child support per month for 1 child, man earns 171 K per year

175

175

57.6

117.4

67.1

0.0

50.3

50.3

 

 

b

s

Hackett v. Leung, 2005 CanLII 27603 (ON S.C.)

3100

1700

1.7 K spousal support per month, 3.1 K child support

179

179

51.6

127.4

61.7

22.0

65.7

43.7

 

 

b

s

Schmidt v. Haley, 2004 CanLII 34344 (ON S.C.)

1300

3000

3 K per month spousal support and 1.3 K child support, retroactive arrears, man makes 179 K per year

180

180

95.7

84.3

52.0

0.0

32.3

32.3

 

 

b

s

Lewi v. Lewi, 2005 CanLII 4441 (ON S.C.)

2750

4188

50 K per year spousal support, 33 K per year child support, s.7 expenses, 2 children in university, mans income is 180 K per year

190

190

76.0

114.0

58.5

0.0

55.5

55.5

 

 

b

s

Da Silva v. Da Silva, 2004 CanLII 8940 (ON S.C.)

1500

4500

Interim spousal support of 4.5 K per month, child support 1.5 K, 71.5 % of s.7 expenses, man makes 190 K per year

200

28

93.3

106.7

 

0.0

 

 

 

 

b

s

Mashadi (Bankruptcy), Re, 2004 CanLII 15923 (ON S.C.)

 

 

$ 7771 per month child and spousal support, man claims income of 28 K and is imputed to 200 K per year, judge says he runs a cash business

204

165

54.0

150.0

78.9

0.0

71.0

71.0

 

 

b

s

Tymoszewicz (Re), 2007 CanLII 39765 (ON S.C.)

2000

2000

2 K per month interim child support and 2 K per month temporary spousal support based on an imputed income of 204 K, man claims income of 165 K

219

219

138.0

81.0

66.8

0.0

14.2

14.2

 

 

b

s

Watson v. Watson, 2004 CanLII 19612 (ON S.C.)

6100

5400

5.4 K spousal support per month, 6.1 K child support per month including s.7 expenses of $ 3832 per month, man makes 219 K per year

227

140

79.2

147.8

72.9

90.0

74.9

(15.1)

 

 

b

s

Jordan v. Stewart, 2002 CanLII 2678 (ON S.C.)

1600

5000

5 K spousal support per month retroactive for 18 months, 1.6 K child support per month, mans declared income of 140 K imputed to 227 K

250

52

99.6

150.4

75.2

20.0

75.2

55.2

 

 

b

s

Sheikh v. Sheikh, 2005 CanLII 14151 (ON S.C.)

1800

6500

20 K lump sum and 6.5 K per month spousal support, 1.8 K per month child support, man claims 52 K income and is imputed to 250 K per year

376

376

57.6

318.4

154.3

42.0

164.1

122.1

 

 

b

y

Walsh v. Walsh, 2004 CanLII 36110 (ON C.A.)

2000

2800

2.8 K spousal support per month, 2 K child support, 42 K arrears, man makes 376 K income per year

400

243

165.3

234.7

139.2

0.0

95.5

95.5

 

 

b

s

Wells v. Wells, 2003 CanLII 2270 (ON S.C.)

6275

7500

7.5 K spousal support per month, 5.6 K child support per month and maximum 675 per month s.7 expense, man claims 243 K income and wife asks he be imputed to 600 K but court imputes to 400 K

530

150

195.6

334.4

191.2

113.0

143.2

30.2

 

 

b

s

Ojo v. Ojo, 2005 CanLII 1498 (ON S.C.)

7300

9000

9 K per month spousal support., 7.3 K per month child support, man claims income of 150 K and is imputed to 530 K, 113 K arrears

561

561

108.0

453.0

227.9

7.0

225.1

218.1

 

 

b

s

Loy v. Loy, 2005 CanLII 27606 (ON S.C.)

2000

5000

7 K per month spousal support, 2 K per month child support, 1 year retroactive

890

890

134.1

755.9

349.9

57.0

405.1

348.1

 

 

b

y

Marinangeli v. Marinangeli, 2003 CanLII 27673 (ON C.A.)

5800

10500

10.5 K per month spousal support, 5.8 K per month child support and s.7 expenses, retroactive arrears, man makes 890 K per year, 35 K costs

 

0.0

3.6

 

 

6.3

 

 

 

 

c

o

Pompey v. Pompey, 1992 CanLII 4044 (ON C.J.)

300

 

$ 300 per month child support, 6.3 K arrears, man is unemployed but must contiunue paying at former level

 

20

6.0

 

 

0.0

 

 

 

 

c

s

Stutz v. Stutz Sorrenson, 2002 CanLII 2815 (ON S.C.)

500

 

$ 500 per month interim child support, man claims 20 K income and is imputed higher

0.0

0.0

1.4

(1.4)

0.0

0.0

(1.4)

(1.4)

 

 

c

s

Bak v. Dobell, 2005 CanLII 36463 (ON S.C.)

117

 

$ 117 per month child support, man supported by father, court finds man has no income

9

0.0

1.2

7.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

c

y

Difrancesco v. Couto, 2001 CanLII 8613 (ON C.A.)

102

 

$ 102 per month child support, man claims no income and 9 K per year is imputed, arrears 40 K

10

10

7.8

2.2

0.0

45

(5.8)

(50.8)

 

 

c

s

Maurice v. Maurice, 2003 CanLII 2418 (ON S.C.)

653

 

$ 653 per month child support, 45 K arrears, set off against 40 K of his value in home, mans income 10 K

10.8

10.8

1.9

8.9

0.2

5.7

8.7

3.0

 

 

c

s

Fulford v. Fulford, 2003 CanLII 2313 (ON S.C.)

158

 

$ 158 per month retroactive child support, claim of undue hardship denied, mans income 10.8 K per year

13

4

2.4

11.6

0.6

6.0

11.0

5.0

 

 

c

s

Pearson v. McAteer, 2005 CanLII 32002 (ON S.C.)

200

 

$ 200 per month child support, 6 K in s.7 expense arrears, man declares 4 K income and is imputed to 13 K.

15

2

3.5

11.5

1.1

0.0

10.4

10.4

 

 

c

s

Brown v. Brown, 2004 CanLII 12750 (ON S.C.)

294

 

$ 294 child support per month, man claims 2 K income and is imputed to 15 K

15

15

3.0

12.0

1.1

15.0

10.9

(4.1)

 

 

c

s

Lantaigne v. Lantaigne, 2005 CanLII 39886 (ON S.C.)

250

 

$ 250 per month child support reduced from $ 500, 40 K arrears rescinded to 15 K, enforcement stayed, man has 15 K income, wife has higher income

16

0.0

1.5

14.5

1.3

4.6

13.2

8.6

 

 

c

y

Drygala v. Pauli, 2002 CanLII 41868 (ON C.A.)

127

 

$ 127 per month retroactive 3 years, man claims 7.3 K loss and is imputed to 16 K per year

16.1

11.1

2.8

13.3

1.3

14.4

12.0

(2.4)

 

 

c

s

Clark v. Clark, 2002 CanLII 2773 (ON S.C.)

237

 

$ 900 per month child support changed to $ 700 changed to $ 237, husband diagnosed with cancer , 14.4 K arrears, man claims 11.1 K and is imputed to 16.1 K per year

17

5

1.6

15.4

1.5

9.7

13.9

4.1

 

 

c

o

B.O.v. A.K.O., 2005 ONCJ 328 (CanLII)

134

 

$ 134 per month child support, man claims 5 K income and is imputed to 17 K, 9.7 K arrears

17.5

17.5

5.2

5.2

1.6

0.0

3.6

3.6

 

 

c

o

Montgomery v. Montgomery, 2007 ONCJ 3 (CanLII)

431

 

$ 431 per month child support for 4 children based on a gross income of 17.5 K, arrears rescinded.

17.8

17.8

2.4

15.4

1.6

2.2

13.8

11.6

 

 

c

o

Self v. Reid, 2006 ONCJ 30 (CanLII)

200

 

$ 139 for child support and $ 61 for s.7 expenses and 1.2 K arrears and 1 K costs, mans income 17.8 K

18

2.8

1.7

16.3

1.7

21.0

14.6

(6.4)

 

 

c

s

Cherry v. Cherry, 2004 CanLII 1649 (ON S.C.)

144

 

$ 144 per month child support based on an imputed income of 18 K for failing to make efforts to become employed, man on disability with benefits of 2.8 K per year, 32 K arrears rescinded to 21 K

18

18

3.4

14.6

1.7

15.1

12.9

(2.2)

 

 

c

o

Vaughan v. Vaughan, 2007 ONCJ 21 (CanLII)

281

 

$ 281 child support 15.1 K arrears, mans income 18 K per year

18

18

3.2.

14.8

1.7

0.0

13.1

13.1

 

 

c

s

Luedtke v. Vuletic, 2001 CanLII 2328 (ON S.C.)

140

 

$ 140 per month child support and 50 % of s.7 expenses based on 18 K income, mans answer struck and he can’t participate at trial

18.7

18.7

1.7

17.0

1.8

24.0

15.2

(8.8)

 

 

c

o

Hamilton v. Kelly, 2004 ONCJ 35 (CanLII)

145

 

$ 145 per month child support based on an income of 18.7 K, 24 K arrears

19

19

6.0

13.0

1.9

17.0

11.1

(5.9)

 

 

c

o

DuQuesnay v. Scrivens, 2007 ONCJ 257 (CanLII)

500

 

$ 500 per month child support, 17 K arrears, man claims 19 K average income, over 10 K owing to social services

19

19

4.1

14.9

1.9

0.0

13.0

13.0

 

 

c

o

Mlambo v. Mlambo, 2007 ONCJ 240 (CanLII)

339

 

$ 339 per month for 3 children based on income of 19 K

19

19

4.5

14.5

1.9

40.5

13.6

(26.9)

 

 

c

s

Woodland v. Woodland, 2005 CanLII 34591 (ON S.C.)

375

 

Child support reduced from $ 541 to $ 375, arrears fixed at 40 K, mans income 19 K

20

0.0

4.6

15.4

2.1

0.0

13.3

13.3

 

 

c

s

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

265

 

$ 265 per month child support and s.7 expenses, man studying for PHD has 20 K income imputed

20

0.0

3.7

16.3

2.1

0.0

14.2

14.2

 

 

c

s

Smith v. Smith, 2007 CanLII 37233 (ON S.C.)

308

 

$ 308 interim child support, man claims no income and is imputed to 20 K income

20.2

20.2

2.0

18.2

2.1

0.6

16.1

15.5

 

 

c

o

G.R.L. v. S.L., 2005 ONCJ 469 (CanLII)

167

 

$ 167 child support per month, $ 611 in retroactive arrears, man pays two other child support claims, mans income 20.2 K per year

20.8

20.8

3.4

17.4

2.3

11.5

15.1

3.6

 

 

c

o

Barker-Papos v. Mihaly, 2005 ONCJ 259 (CanLII)

285

 

$ 285 per month child support based on an income of 20.8 K, 11.5 K arrears

21

10.2

4.0

17.0

2.3

5.7

14.7

9.0

 

 

c

s

Davis v. Davis, 2004 CanLII 1276 (ON S.C.)

337

 

$ 297 and $ 40 s.7 expenses per month child support retroactive, man claims 10.2 K income and is imputed to 21 K

21.2

21.2

3.6

17.6

2.3

46.0

15.3

(30.7)

 

 

c

s

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

300

 

$ 1804 child support reduced to $ 410 then later $ 300, spousal support terminated, 36 K costs and 10 K for assault and 28 K for equalization, mans income 21.2 K

21.4

21.4

3.9

17.5

2.4

0.0

15.1

15.1

 

 

c

s

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

327

 

$ 327 per month for natural son and step daughter, man has unemployment income of 21.4 K, man denies being parent of stepdaughter

21.8

21.8

1.8

20.0

2.5

3.9

17.5

13.6

 

 

c

o

C.U. v. D.D., 2007 ONCJ 478 (CanLII)

148

 

$ 148 per month child support, 2 years 2 months retroactive support, mans income 21.8 K

21.8

21.8

2.1

19.7

2.5

0.0

17.2

17.2

 

 

c

o

Jackpine v. Gamsby, 2003 CanLII 26235 (ON C.J.)

178

 

$ 350 per month child support changed to $ 178, mans income is 21.8 K

22

0.0

2.4

19.6

2.5

2.0

17.1

15.1

 

 

c

s

Mercer v. Cruise, 2005 CanLII 44837 (ON S.C.)

199

 

$ 199 per month child support, 2 K arrears, variation denied, loses job because FRO takes drivers license, income held imputed at former 22 K

22

20

2.3

19.7

2.5

5.7

17.2

11.5

 

 

c

o

H.F. v. P.F., 2007 ONCJ 170 (CanLII)

188

 

$ 188 per month child support, retoactive arrears 20 K, imputed income to 22 K

23.6

0.0

3.8

19.2

2.9

12.0

16.3

4.3

 

 

c

s

Fournier v. Hynes, 2007 CanLII 2653 (ON S.C.)

320

 

$ 320 per month child support and $ 100 per month repayment of arrears, man claims to be unemployed but income of 23.6 K imputed

24

24

4.2

19.8

3.0

0.0

16.8

16.8

 

 

c

s

Perkins v. O'Neill, 2005 CanLII 39892 (ON S.C.)

350

 

$ 350 per month interim child support based on an income of 24 K

24

24

2.6

21.4

3.0

0.0

18.4

18.4

 

 

c

s

R.P.H. v. V.M., 2003 CanLII 2109 (ON S.C.)

213

 

$ 213 per month child support based on imputed income of 24 K

25

12

5.7

19.3

3.2

43.6

16.1

(26.9)

 

 

c

s

Courchesne v. Courchesne, 2004 CanLII 5003 (ON S.C.)

474

 

Man must pay former level of $ 600 per month but now child support is $ 474 and remainder goes to arrears, 77.1 K arrears reduced to 43.6 K, income imputed to 25 K from claimed 12 K

25

25

7.9

17.1

3.2

8.5

14.1

5.6

 

 

c

o

Woodbridge v. Hayes, 2004 ONCJ 168 (CanLII)

660

 

$ 660 per month child support reduced to $ 360, 8.5 K arrears, mans income 25 K

26

13

2.6

23.4

3.4

0.0

20.0

20.0

 

 

c

o

Trafford v. Trafford, 2006 ONCJ 389 (CanLII)

 

216

 

$ 216 per month for 1 child based on imputed income of 26 K, man declares 13 K income

26

15

6.0

20.0

3.4

0.0

16.6

16.6

 

 

c

s

D.B. v. J.B., 2006 CanLII 726 (ON S.C.)

500

 

$ 500 per month interim child support, man claims 15 K income and is imputed to 26 K

26

22

4.5

21.5

3.4

14.1

18.1

4.0

 

 

c

o

V.C.E. v. C.E.T., 2004 ONCJ 309 (CanLII)

379

 

$ 379 m per month child support, 3 years 1 month retroactive arrears, man claims 22 K income and is imputed to 26 K

26.3

26.3

2.8

23.5

3.4

0.0

20.1

20.1

 

 

c

o

Z.(A.) v. W.(J.), 2004 ONCJ 161 (CanLII)

235

 

$ 235 per month child support based on an income of 26.3 K

27

0.0

4.4

22.6

3.6

22.0

19.0

(3.0)

 

 

c

s

Lalonde v. Lalonde, 2005 CanLII 16637 (ON S.C.)

365

 

$ 240 per month child support and $ 125 per month s.7 expenses, 22 K arrears, man claims no income and is imputed to 27 K per year

27

13

6.5

20.5

3.6

0.0

16.9

16.9

 

 

c

s

Barbaric v. Nielsen, 2007 CanLII 14320 (ON S.C.)

543

 

$ 543 per month child support, income imputed to 27 K, 13 K claimed

27

27

5.1

21.9

3.6

13.0

18.3

5.3

 

 

c

s

Kampman v. Kampman, 2006 CanLII 38657 (ON S.C.)

429

 

$ 429 per month child support and 13 K arrears, mans income 27 K.

28

12

1.2

26.8

3.8

0.0

23.0

23.0

 

 

c

s

O'Neill v. O'Neill, 2004 CanLII 8231 (ON S.C.)

100

 

$ 100 per month child support, man claims 12 K and is imputed to 28 K

29

29

4.3

24.7

4.0

0.0

20.7

20.7

 

 

c

o

Alvarez v. Vargas, 2006 ONCJ 474 (CanLII)

 

360

 

$ 258 per month child support and $ 102 per month s.7 expense, man makes 29 K per year

29

29

7.3

21.7

4.0

0.0

17.7

17.7

 

 

c

o

Fuller v. Da Ponte, 2005 ONCJ 265 (CanLII)

 

607

 

$ 285 per month child support and $ 322 per month s.7 expense, mans income 29 K

30.0

0.0

5.4

24.6

4.2

0.0

20.4

20.4

 

 

c

s

Abdilla v. Abdilla, 2004 CanLII 35086 (ON S.C.)

446

 

$ 446 child support per month, unemployed and income imputed to 30 K

30

0.0

4.8

25.2

4.2

13.8

21.0

7.2

 

 

c

s

Jhuman v. Moakhan, 2005 CanLII 36266 (ON S.C.)

398

 

$ 398 per month child support, contempt penalty 10 K, 15 K security, wife makes false criminal allegations, man claims no income and is imputed to 30 K, 1.75 K retroactive s.7 award, arrears

30

12.6

5.4

24.6

4.2

8.4

20.4

12.0

 

 

c

s

Shelly v. Shelly, 2004 CanLII 5083 (ON S.C.)

446

 

$ 446 per month child support, arrears 8.4 K, man claims 12.6 K income and is imputed to 30 K

30

24

6.8

23.2

4.2

0.0

19.0

19.0

 

 

c

s

Murch v. Bell, 2003 CanLII 2031 (ON S.C.)

440

 

$ 400 per month child support and $ 40 per month s.7 expenses, man claims 24 K income and is imputed to 30 K

30

30

5.4

24.6

4.2

7.7

20.2

12.5

 

 

c

s

Kalla v. Kalla, 2003 CanLII 2322 (ON S.C.)

446

 

 $ 834 child support order changed to $ 557 then changed to $ 446, man on disability earns 2.5 K per month, 7.7 arrears

30

30

3.1

26.9

4.2

41.0

22.7

(18.3)

 

 

c

s

Kumar v. McKenna (Kumar), 2003 CanLII 2156 (ON S.C.)

258

 

$ 258 per month child support and 5 K lump sum spousal support award, 80 K arrears reduced to 36 K, man earns 30 K per year and is incapacitated

30

5.0

6.8

23.2

4.2

0.0

19.0

19.0

 

 

c

o

Ike v. Ike, 2005 ONCJ 252 (CanLII)

568

 

$ 568 per month child support, man claims 5 K income and is imputed to 30 K

30.3

30.3

6.3

24.0

4.2

0.0

19.8

19.8

 

 

c

o

Hazel v. Leslie, 2007 ONCJ 543 (CanLII)

400

 

$ 400 per month child support, s.7 expenses, mans income 30.3 K per year

32.5

32.5

3.6

28.9

4.7

1.0

24.2

23.2

 

 

c

o

Ciffolillo v. Nieweglowski, 2007 ONCJ 469 (CanLII)

298

 

$ 298 per month child support, arrears 1 K, fathers income 32.5 K per year

32.5

32.5

3.8

28.7

4.7

0.0

24.0

24.0

 

 

c

o

Harvey v. Baker, 2007 ONCJ 574 (CanLII)

320

 

$ 320 per month child support for one child based on income of 32.5 K

33

0.0

7.9

25.1

4.9

0.0

20.2

20.2

 

 

c

s

Chamanlall v. Chamanlall, 2006 CanLII 1916 (ON S.C.)

663

 

$ 663 per month child support, man claims no income and is imputed to 33 K, mans proceeds from sale of home to be held as security for support

33

0.0

7.9

25.1

4.9

0.0

20.2

20.2

 

 

c

s

Stoate v. Stoate, 2005 CanLII 13820 (ON S.C.)

633

 

$ 633 child support per month intentionally unemployed for going back to school, no variation, 33 K income imputed

33

33

7.8

25.2

4.9

55.0

20.3

(35.0)

 

 

c

s

Kauric v. Kauric, 2006 CanLII 21594 (ON S.C.)

650

 

$ 650 per month child support reduced from $ 1500, 41 K US arrears, mans income 33 K

33.3

33.3

7.3

26.0

4.9

3.0

21.1

18.1

 

 

c

o

Yackobeck v. Brazeau, 2002 CanLII 46583 (ON C.J.)

483

 

$ 483 per month child support and ½ of s.7 expenses, support based on an income of 33.3 K per year, 3k costs

33.5

33.5

5.4

28.1

5.0

0.0

23.1

23.1

 

 

c

o

S.S. v. M.S. and P.A., 2006 ONCJ 311 (CanLII)

 

327

 

$ 327 per month child support and s.7 expenses, man makes 33.5 K income per year

34

20

3.6

30.4

5.1

12.0

25.3

13.3

 

 

c

o

Spencer v. Scarlett, 2005 ONCJ 300 (CanLII)

304

 

$ 304 per month child support, 12 K arrears, imprisoned for default 90 days, man claims 20 K average income but must pay on 34 K income

34

34

7.8

26.2

5.1

0.0

21.1

21.1

 

 

c

o

Zoldy v. Zoldy, 2007 ONCJ 24 (CanLII)

651

 

$ 651 per month for 3 children based on an income of 34 K

35

0.0

5.5

29.5

5.3

5.7

24.2

18.5

 

 

c

s

Bhullar v. Bhullar, 2005 CanLII 18718 (ON S.C.)

 

 

 Support for 1 child based on an imputed income of 35 K and s.7 expenses, retroactive arrearsman claims no income, previous 5 years income tax average 19 K

35

0.0

3.7

31.3

5.3

0.0

26.0

26.0

 

 

c

s

Bowman v. Cheluk, 2003 CanLII 1938 (ON S.C.)

305

 

$ 305 child support, $ 2500 spousal support paid by wife terminated, man is unemployed but income is imputed to 35 K

35

0.0

5.4

29.6

5.3

17.0

24.3

8.3

 

 

c

s

Charlton v. Ferguson, 2004 CanLII 10401 (ON S.C.)

448

 

$ 448 per month child support, 17 K arrears, variation denied, man quit job and is unemployed and income imputed at 35 K, 3.5 K costs

35

14.2

4.0

31.0

5.3

0.0

25.7

25.7

 

 

c

s

Pochodaj v. Pochodaj, 2006 CanLII 13104 (ON S.C.)

333

 

$333 child support per month based imputed income of 35 K, man declares income of 14.2 K

35

18

6.0

29.0

5.3

30.0

23.7

(6.4)

 

 

c

s

DiMillo v. DiMillo, 2007 CanLII 1340 (ON S.C.)

504

 

$ 504 K per month child support, 30 K arrears, 18 K income claimed imputed to 35 K, cannot ask for access to child until he pays 15 K

35

18

8.2

26.8

5.3

36.0

21.5

(14.5)

 

 

c

s

Mahoney v. Laderoute, 2007 CanLII 37893 (ON S.C.)

681

 

$ 681 per month child support, 36 K retroactive arrears, man claims 18 K income and is imputed to 35 K

35

35

6.1

28.9

5.3

0.0

23.6

23.6

 

 

c

o

Kelly v. Kelly, 2004 ONCJ 242 (CanLII)

506

 

$ 506 per month child support, mans income 35 K

35

35

8.1

26.9

5.3

4.3

21.6

17.3

 

 

c

s

Bell v. Lloyd-Bell, 2005 CanLII 39875 (ON S.C.)

672

 

$ 672 per month in child support, arrears of $ 4275, mans income 35 K

35

35

6.0

29.0

5.3

0.0

23.7

23.7

 

 

c

s

Collis v. Wilson, 2003 CanLII 2413 (ON S.C.)

375

 

$ 375 per month in child support and s.7 expenses based on income of 35 K

35

35

6.3

28.7

5.3

20.0

23.4

3.4

 

 

c

s

Dang v. Duong, 2006 CanLII 34339 (ON S.C.)

521

 

$ 521 per month interim child support for 2 children based on 35 K income, wife gets 20 K lump sum support payment

35

35

5.8

29.2

5.3

40.6

23.9

(16.7)

 

 

c

s

K.K. v. G.B., 2007 CanLII 9758 (ON S.C.)

481

 

$ 481 per month child support, man must pay on imputed income for 2 ½ years he was in jail, arrears 40.6 K, mans income imputed at 35 K while in jail

36

36

8.8

27.2

5.5

0.0

21.7

21.7

 

 

c

o

Lamontagne v. Lamontagne, 2006 ONCJ 498 (CanLII)

730

 

$ 705 per month child support for 3 children based on income of 36 K, $ 25 per month s.7 expenses, hardship due to second family

36

36

9.7

26.3

5.5

0.0

20.8

20.8

 

 

c

s

Fraser v. McKinlay, 2004 CanLII 5857 (ON S.C.)

682

 

$ 682 per month child support based on 36 K income, s.7 expenses

36

36

5.2

30.8

5.5

11.0

25.3

14.3

 

 

c

s

J.J.C. v. K.G.M., 2004 CanLII 10578 (ON S.C.)

433

 

$ 433 per month child support, mother denies all access and remarries, 80 K arrears cut to 11 K, mans current income 36 K

37

37

4.1

32.9

5.7

42.8

27.2

(15.6)

 

 

c

o

Pisani v. Jackson, 2007 ONCJ 243 (CanLII)

345

 

$ 345 per month child support on income of 37 K, 42.8 K in arrears

37

37

8.4

28.6

5.7

12.0

22.9

10.9

 

 

c

s

Simmons v. Yandt, 2004 CanLII 8101 (ON S.C.)

698

 

$ 698 per month child support, arrears reduced based on actual income, mans income 37 K

38

38

9.5

28.5

5.9

0.0

22.6

22.6

 

 

c

o

Lewis v. Crearer, 2007 ONCJ 353 (CanLII)

792

 

$ 502 per month child support and $ 290 per month s.7 expenses, mans income imputed to 38 K

38

38

4.0

34.0

5.9

1.0

27.9

26.9

 

 

c

o

T.(P.) v. A.(S.), 2004 ONCJ 295 (CanLII)

332

 

$ 332 per month child support, retroactive arrears of $ 950, mans income 38 K

39

0.0

6.7

32.3

6.1

0.0

26.2

26.2

 

 

c

o

Zagar v. Zagar, 2006 ONCJ 296 (CanLII)

557

 

$ 557 per month child support, man unemployed and imputed at 39 K

39

24

6.7

32.3

6.1

0.0

26.2

26.2

 

 

c

s

Priftis v. Priftis, 2005 CanLII 47093 (ON S.C.)

557

 

$ 557 per month child support, man claims 24 K income and is imputed to 39 K

39

39

6.9

32.1

6.1

40.0

26.0

(14.0)

 

 

c

s

D'Souza v. D'Souza, 2003 CanLII 1933 (ON S.C.)

557

 

$ 557 per month interim child support, 40 K arrears based on a 39 K income

39

39

7.1

31.9

6.1

6.0

25.8

19.8

 

 

c

s

Olaveson v. Olaveson, 2007 CanLII 23168 (ON S.C.)

591

 

$ 591 per month child support based on income of 39 K, 6 K retroactive arrears

40

10

6.8

33.2

6.3

13.0

26.9

13.9

 

 

c

s

Dang v. Hornby, 2006 CanLII 12973 (ON S.C.)

570

 

$ 570 per month child support reduced from $ 762, 13 K arrears, income imputed from 10 K claimed to 40 K

40

12

7.2

32.8

6.3

0.0

26.5

26.5

 

 

c

s

Mollica v. Melchionna, 2006 CanLII 41526 (ON S.C.)

601

 

$ 601 per month child support, man claims 12 K income and is imputed to 40 K

40

26

7.0

33.0

6.3

4.8

27.0

22.2

 

 

c

s

McCormick v. Vey, 2007 CanLII 35 (ON S.C.)

580

 

$ 570 per month child support and $ 10 per month s.7 expenses, 4.8 K retroactive arrears, man claims 26 K income and is imputed to 40 K

40

40

4.1

35.9

6.3

12.0

29.6

17.6

 

 

c

o

Baxter v. Beharry, 2006 ONCJ 1 (CanLII)

345

 

$ 345 per month on 2 child support orders, man is wrongfully imputed to 1 million income, most arrears rescinded as income retroactively varied to closer to 100 K and finally to 40 K per year on both orders. welfare is opposing party

40

40

12.3

27.7

6.3

0.0

21.4

21.4

 

 

c

s

Bielak-Montemurro v. Montemurro, 2007 CanLII 2800 (ON S.C.)

1021

 

$ 771 per month child support and $ 250 per month s.7 expenses based on an income of 40 K

40

40

10.2

29.8

6.3

0.0

23.5

23.5

 

 

c

s

Viertelhausen v. Burbridge, 2006 CanLII 5311 (ON S.C.)

855

 

$ 855 per month child support, man seeks termination and wife seeks retroactive, mans income 40 K

41

27

7.8

33.2

6.5

0.0

27.6

27.6

 

 

c

s

V.S.J. v. L.J.G., 2004 CanLII 17126 (ON S.C.)

650

 

$ 585 per month child support and $ 65 per month s.7 expenses, man claims 27 K income and is imputed to 41 K

41

41

7.0

34.0

6.5

0.0

27.5

27.5

 

 

c

s

Kocsis v. Kocsis, 2002 CanLII 2716 (ON S.C.)

583

 

$ 583 per month child support from biological father who earns 41 K per year

41.6

22.3

4.5

37.1

6.7

0.0

30.4

30.4

 

 

c

o

Parkes v. Zayachkowski, 2005 ONCJ 106 (CanLII)

 

359

 

$ 379 per month child support and s.7 expenses, man claims 22.3 K income and is imputed to 41.6 K per year

43

 

6.0

33.0

6.9

12.0

26.1

14.1

 

 

c

s

Gingo v. Ginglo, 2004 CanLII 1546 (ON S.C.)

371

 

$ 600 spousal and $ 750 child changed to $ 1500 child and $ 600 spousal, changed to $ 371 child only, s.7 expenses, Over 80 K arrears rescinded to 12 K, 17.8 K arrears on costs and 12.8 K interest on arrears on costs, interest on costs rescinded, mans income 43 K

43

12

9.6

33.4

6.9

12.0

26.5

14.5

 

 

c

s

Lajoie v. Lajoie, 2005 CanLII 23684 (ON S.C.)

800

 

$ 800 per month child support, 12 K arrears, man claims 12 K income but is imputed to 43 K

43

14

8.6

34.4

6.9

5.5

27.5

22.0

 

 

c

s

Shaw-McInnis v. Crawford, 2003 CanLII 2241 (ON S.C.)

714

 

$ 714 per month original child support lowered as children reach majority, arrears 5.5 K, mans declared income of 14 K imputed to 43 K and no relief for time on welfare

43

43

7.8

35.2

6.9

14.5

28.3

13.8

 

 

c

s

Man v. Phamisith, 2007 CanLII 46698 (ON S.C.)

650

 

$ 651 per month child support, $ 1400 lump sum spousal support, 9.1 K retroactive arrears, 4 K costs, mans income 43 K

43.8

43.8

4

29.5

7.1

2.2

22.4

20.2

 

 

c

s

Difede v. Difede, 2007 CanLII 4574 (ON S.C.)

855

 

$ 855 per month child support, based on an income of 43.8 K per year, s.7 expense and 2.2 retroactive s.7 expense arrears

44

44

5.1

38.9

7.2

8.5

31.7

23.2

 

 

c

s

Hines v. Hines, 2006 CanLII 28737 (ON S.C.)

423

 

$ 423 per month child support based on 44 K income, 8.5 K lump sum spousal award

44

26

17.8

26.2

7.2

0.0

19.0

19.0

 

 

c

o

Szucs v. Freeman, 2007 ONCJ 96 (CanLII)

 

1484

 

$ 1484 per month child support from income imputed at 44 K, man claims income of 26 K

45

26

9.1

37.4

7.4

10.1

30.0

19.9

 

 

c

o

Smith v. Addison, 2004 ONCJ 191 (CanLII)

635

 

$ 635 per month child support and s.7 expenses, 10.1 K arrears, man claims income of 26 K and is imputed to 45 K per year

45

45

4.8

40.2

7.4

0.0

32.8

32.8

 

 

c

o

Malcolm v. Vassell, 2005 ONCJ 77 (CanLII)

387

 

$ 387 per month child support, no access to child, mans income 45 K

47

12

8.0

39.0

8.9

24.0

30.1

6.1

 

 

c

s

Armstrong v. Armstrong, 2004 CanLII 12100 (ON S.C.)

669

 

$ 669 per month child support, arrears 24 K, man on disability imputed to 47 K per year income

47

47

8.5

38.5

8.9

32.0

29.6

(2.4)

 

 

c

o

Ricafort v. Ricafort, 2006 ONCJ 520 (CanLII)

710

 

$ 710 per month for 2 children based on 47 K imputed income, 32 K arrears, 60 days in jail for not producing financial documents

47

0.0

11.7

35.3

8.9

0.0

26.4

26.4

 

 

c

o

Razavi-Brahimi v. Ershadi, 2007 ONCJ 406 (CanLII)

975

 

$ 515 per month child support and $ 460 per month s.7 expense, man is unemployed but imputed to 47 K per year income

47

47

10.4

36.6

8.9

0.0

27.7

27.7

 

 

c

s

Weening v. Weening, 2004 CanLII 9706 (ON S.C.)

866

 

$ 866 per month in child support, man makes 47 K per year

47.1

47.1

8.0

39.1

8.9

0.0

30.2

30.2

 

 

c

s

Nowakowski v. Nowakowski, 2003 CanLII 2191 (ON S.C.)

663

 

$ 663 interim child support, wife gets exclusive possession of home, mans income 47.1 K

48

36

5.4

42.6

11.8

3.2

30.8

27.6

 

 

c

o

St. Amant (Peddie) v. Walkingshaw, 2006 ONCJ 191 (CanLII)

448

 

$ 448 per month child support raised frrom $ 89, $ 1750 s.7 lump- sum expense, income imputed fron 36 K claimed to 48 K, 1.4 K retroactive arrears

49

49

12.9

35.1

12.1

19.0

23.0

4.0

 

 

c

s

Caterini v. Zaccaria, 2002 CanLII 2772 (ON S.C.)

1074

 

$ 1074 child support per month, 16 K rescinded from arrears, mans income 49 K

49.1

49.1

10.8

38.3

12.2

0.0

26.1

26.1

 

 

c

s

McKenzie v. McKenzie, 2004 CanLII 9465 (ON S.C.)

901

 

$ 901 per month child support for 3 children, mans income 49.1 K

50

10

9.0

41.0

12.5

35.0

28.5

(6.5)

 

 

c

s

Ostap v. Ostap, 2003 CanLII 2193 (ON S.C.)

750

 

$ 750 per month child support, spousal support satisfied by 35 K lump sum, man claims income of 10 K and is imputed to 50 K

50

35

10.1

39.9

12.5

0.0

27.4

27.4

 

 

c

s

Tran v. Lee, 2003 CanLII 11863 (ON S.C.)

x

 

$ 700 per month child support and s.7 expenses, man claims income of 35 K but income of 50 K imputed

50

50

5.7

44.3

12.5

0.0

31.8

31.8

 

 

c

s

Reid v. Mulder, 2005 CanLII 38108 (ON S.C.)

475

 

$ 475 per month child support, support to end when mother moves to Fiji, mans income 50 K and wife is a student who will make 50 K on return to Fiji

50

0.0

14.7

35.3

12.5

0.0

22.8

22.8

 

 

c

s

Azimi v. Mirzaei, 2007 CanLII 16445 (ON S.C.)

1229

 

$ 429 per month child support and $ 800 s.7 expense, man unemployed is imputed to 50 K income, man is denied spousal support

50

0.0

14.4

35.6

12.5

40.0

23.1

(16.9)

 

 

c

s

Derek Cross v. Lila Cross, 2004 CanLII 13409 (ON S.C.)

1200

 

$ 700 per month child support and $ 500 per month s.7 expenses, man is unemployed and income imputed to 50 K, 40 K arrears

50

10

13.8

36.2

12.5

4.7

23.7

19.0

 

 

c

s

Millard v. Cargoe, 2004 CanLII 15955 (ON S.C.)

1152

 

$ 700 per month child support and $ 452 per month s.7 expenses, 2.7 K arrears, 2.2 K retroactive s.7 arrears man claims 10 K income and is imputed to 50 K

51

51

8.2

42.8

12.8

12.0

30.0

18.0

 

 

c

o

Gabriel v. Robinson, 2005 ONCJ 327 (CanLII

560

 

$ 250 per month child support raised to $ 455,  and $ 105 per month s.7 expenses, 12 K retroactive arrears, man earns 51 K per year

52

52

5.2

46.8

13.1

12.0

33.7

21.7

 

 

c

o

Anderson v. Hamilton, 2006 ONCJ 110 (CanLII)

430

 

$ 430 per month child support, arrears, man makes 52 K income per year

52

52

10.9

41.1

13.1

6.3

28.5

22.2

 

 

c

s

Prince v. Prince, 2006 CanLII 27873 (ON S.C.)

783

 

$ 783 per month child support and s.7 expenses, arrears 6.3 K, mans income 52 K per year

52.5

52.5

5.7

46.8

13.2

27.2

33.6

6.4

 

 

c

s

Ross (Gedcke) v. Gedcke, 2005 CanLII 50881 (ON S.C.)

477

 

$ 477 child support per month, 27.2 K retroactive arrears, mans income 52.5 K

53

23

8.9

44.1

13.4

22.8

30.7

7.9

 

 

c

s

Meade v. Meade, 2002 CanLII 2806 (ON S.C.)

739

 

$ 739 per month child support, 21 K arrears, $ 1750 K lump sum spousal support award, man claims 23 K income and is imputed to 53 K

53

53

5.4

47.6

13.4

5.7

34.2

28.5

 

 

c

o

Heimbecker-Wood v. Campbell, 2004 ONCJ 252 (CanLII)

450

 

$ 450 per month child support, retroactive arrears of almost 2 years at over twice previously ordered income , man makes 53 K per year

53

53

6.0

47.0

13.4

0.0

33.6

33.6

 

 

c

s

Hughes v. Hughes, 2005 CanLII 44395 (ON S.C.)

500

 

$ 500 per month interim child support based on income of 53 K

54

26.4

10.5

43.5

13.7

15.7

29.8

14.1

 

 

c

o

Lee v. Wright, 2007 ONCJ 476 (CanLII)

 

750

 

$ 450 per month child support and $ 330 per month s.7 expense, 11.3 K arrears, mans claims 26.4 K income and is imputed to 54 K, 4.4 K costs

54

30

11.8

42.2

13.7

0.0

28.5

28.5

 

 

c

s

Schiller v. Schiller, 2007 CanLII 1343 (ON S.C.)

980

 

$ 980 per month child support based on imputed income of 54 K, man claims income of 30 K

54

54

11.7

42.3

13.7

0.0

28.6

28.6

 

 

c

o

Lee v. Wright, 2007 ONCJ 454 (CanLII)

 

852

 

$ 504 per month child support and $ 348 per month s.7 expense based on an income of 54 K

55

36

10.7

43.3

14.0

1.0

29.3

28.3

 

 

c

s

Blaschuk v. Bridgewater, 2005 CanLII 28787 (ON S.C.)

768

 

$ 768 per month child support and 61 % of s.7 expenses and 1 K in past s.7 expenses, man claims 36 K income and is imputed to 55 K

55

55

5.9

49.1

14.0

19.0

35.1

16.1

 

 

c

o

Stiebel v. Stiebel, 2004 ONCJ 425 (CanLII)

495

 

$ 800 per month child support reduced to $ 495, 19 K arrears to be paid on imputed income, mans income 55 K per year

56

0.0

9.3

46.7

14.4

2.0

32.3

30.3

 

 

c

s

Hirtle v. Earl, 2007 CanLII 20282 (ON S.C.)

775

 

$ 775 per month child support based on 56 K income, man is unemployed and denied variation, 2 K arrears

56

56

9.4

46.6

14.4

27.0

32.2

5.2

 

 

c

o

Garcia-Talavera (Fernandes) v. Fernandes, 2006 ONCJ 27 (CanLII)

 

780

 

$ 780 per month for 2 children based on 56 K income, separation agreement overturned and 27 K retroactive award

56

56

17.6

38.4

14.4

6.0

24.0

18.0

 

 

c

s

Facchin v. Taylor, 2004 CanLII 33118 (ON S.C.)

1463

 

$ 648 child support is raised to guidelines cause less than income and unexplained, $ 815 S.7 expense, retroactive award, mans income 56 K, 2 K costs

57

0.0

5.8

51.2

14.6

5.7

36.6

30.9

 

 

c

o

Malleye v. Brereton, 2007 ONCJ 216 (CanLII)

484

 

$ 484 child support not varied or arrears rescinded, man intentionally unemployed and imputed at former 57 K

58

9

4.8

53.2

15.0

48.0

38.2

(9.8)

 

 

c

s

Pantchevski v. Pantchevska, 2005 CanLII 7672 (ON S.C.)

400

 

$ 400 per month child support, 48 K in arrears, man claims 9 K income but is denied variation and must pay at income of 58 K , wife is on social assistance

58

58

2.4

55.6

15.0

0.0

40.6

40.6

 

 

c

s

Dent v. Flynn, 2005 CanLII 14317 (ON S.C.)

200

 

$ 200 per month child support, father has new family with 3 special needs children, man earns 58 K per year

58

58

20.3

37.7

15.0

9.0

23.7

14.7

 

 

c

o

Brown v. Rowe, 2007 ONCJ 545 (CanLII)

1358

 

$ 1358 per month child support based on income of 58 K, s.7 expenses, 9 K arrears

59

59

10.3

48.7

15.3

0.0

33.4

33.4

 

 

c

s

Malka v. Seliktar, 2004 CanLII 34933 (ON S.C.)

858

 

 Guideline support for one child from an income of 59 K, add on payments of $ 379 per month for daycare

59.4

59.4

11.2

48.2

15.5

5.1

32.7

27.6

 

 

c

o

Ferril v. Chen, 2006 ONCJ 301 (CanLII)

935

 

$ 557 per month child support and $ 378 per month s.7 expense, 5.1 K arrears, mans income 59.4 K per year

60

0.0

9.6

50.4

15.6

0.0

34.8

34.8

 

 

c

s

Léveillé v. Lemieux, 2002 CanLII 2694 (ON S.C.)

530

 

$ 507 per month child support and $ 123 per month s.7 expenses and 2 1 K airfares per year, man quits job as a teacher and starts a convenience store, claims a 6 K loss and is imputed to 60 K per year

60

60

6.1

53.9

15.6

24.3

38.3

14.0

 

 

c

o

Norman v. Chernev, 2004 ONCJ 385 (CanLII)

 

507

 

$ 507 per month child support, man has made no payment and is 4 years in arrears, mans income 60 K per year

60

60

6.7

53.3

15.6

0.0

39.7

39.7

 

 

c

o

Perry v. Perry, 2006 ONCJ 387 (CanLII)

557

 

$ 557 per month child support based on an income of 60 K

60

60

7.6

52.4

15.6

45.7

36.8

(8.9)

 

 

c

s

Plotz v. Boehmer Plotz, 2004 CanLII 5072 (ON S.C.)

507

 

$ 1700 spousal support and $300 child support varied to $ 507 child support and $ 1 spousal support, arrears fixed at 40 K, retroactive s.7 expenses, mans income 60 K, wife remarries man with 85 K income

60

60

6.1

53.9

15.6

2.1

38.3

36.2

 

 

c

s

Scott v. Jolicoeur, 2005 CanLII 2058 (ON S.C.)

507

 

$ 507 per month in child support and 2.1 K arrears, guilty of contempt given suspended sentence, mans income 60 K per year

60.8

60.8

6.2

54.6

15.8

20.8

38.8

18.0

 

 

c

o

Balo v. Motlagh (Madsen), 2004 ONCJ 166 (CanLII)

514

 

$ 514 per month child support, retroactive arrears of 20.8 K, fathers income 60.8 K

61

61

10.4

50.6

15.9

4.5

34.7

30.2

 

 

c

s

Roote v. Thompson, 2005 CanLII 47790 (ON S.C.)

863

 

$ 863 per month child support  based on income of 61 K, 4.5 K retroactive arrears

62.9

62.9

16.0

44.9

16.5

1.4

28.4

27.0

 

 

c

s

Shaw v. Friesen, 2007 CanLII 19796 (ON S.C.)

1000

 

1 K per month child support, s.7 expenses, 1.4 K arrears, mans income 69.2 K

63

63

17.4

45.6

16.5

71.0

29.1

(41.9)

 

 

c

s

Huber v. Huber, 2003 CanLII 2134 (ON S.C.)

1120

 

$1120 per month child support and half s.7 expenses, 71 K retroactive arrears, man makes 63 K per year

63.2

63.2

6.4

57.0

16.6

0.0

40.4

40.4

 

 

c

o

Nikita v. Nikita, 2002 CanLII 46584 (ON C.J.)

531

 

$ 531 per month child support and $ 295 per month s.7 expenses, mans income 63.2 K

65

46

5.6

59.4

17.1

10.0

42.3

32.3

 

 

c

s

Vangroenigen v. Vangroenigen, 2005 CanLII 38896 (ON S.C.)

466

 

$ 466 per month child support, $ 500 per month spousal support terminated for 10 K lump sum payment, man declares 46 K income but is imputed to 65 K for overtime

66

66

8.4

57.6

17.4

0.0

40.2

40.2

 

 

c

o

Whitlock v. Whitlock, 2005 ONCJ 266 (CanLII)

696

 

$ 696 per month child support, mans income 66 K per year

66

66

14.9

51.1

17.4

20.2

33.7

13.5

 

 

c

o

Kent v. Schellenberg, 2005 ONCJ 260 (CanLII)

908

 

$ 550 per month child support and 4.3 K university expenses, 35 months at $ 500 per month retroactive arrears and 2.7 K for past years s.7 expenses, man earns 66 K per year

67

33

7.2

59.8

17.8

11.0

42.0

31.0

 

 

c

o

Rivard v. Hankiewicz, 2007 ONCJ 180 (CanLII)

603

 

$ 555 per month child support and $ 53 per month s.7 expenses, 11 K retroactive arrears, man claims 37 K and is grossed up to 67 K

67

67

12.6

54.4

17.8

7.9

36.6

28.7

 

 

c

y

Shea v. Fraser, 2007 ONCA 224 (CanLII)

1048

 

$ 600 per month child support and $ 448 per month s.7 expenses, 7.9 K arrears, man declares bankruptcy, mans income 67 K

67.3

67.3

16.0

51.3

17.9

0.0

33.4

33.4

 

 

c

s

Pepin v. Jung, 2003 CanLII 2048 (ON S.C.)

1330

 

$ 900 per  month child support, $ 430 in s.7 expenses per month, mans income 67.3 K per year

68.

68

13.5

54.5

18.1

0.0

36.4

36.4

 

 

c

s

Byrne v. Byrne, 2003 CanLII 2073 (ON S.C.)

1123

 

$ 1123 child support per month, spousal support terminated, mans income 68.4 K per year

69

12

14.4

54.6

18.4

14.0

36.2

22.2

 

 

c

s

Alsafouti v. Alsafouti, 2005 CanLII 34576 (ON S.C.)

1200

 

$ 1200 per month child support, 14 K arrears, man loses job and claims income of 12 K but imputed to 69 K former level, no recession, drivers license removed

71.3

71.3

7.9

63.4

19.1

0.0

44.3

44.3

 

 

c

o

Cocirla v. Barbu and Marques, 2006 ONCJ 278 (CanLII)

656

 

$ 656 per month child support, man has income of 71.3 K

72

14.4

7.9

64.1

19.3

7.9

44.8

36.9

 

 

c

o

Pinnock v. McDowell (Clarke), 2007 ONCJ 327 (CanLII)

661

 

$ 661 per month child support, 3 years retroactive support, man claims 14.4 K and is imputed to 72 K per year income

72.5

0.0

 

 

20.6

42.5

 

 

 

 

c

s

Burisch v. Gosal, 2007 CanLII 2647 (ON S.C.)

 

 

Support for 1 child at 72.5 K income per year, 42.5 K arrears, imputed at 72.5 K per year while unemployed

73

41

7.2

65.8

20.8

0.0

45.0

45.0

 

 

c

s

Chute v. Chute, 2006 CanLII 1915 (ON S.C.)

596

 

$ 596 per month in child support, variation denied, spousal support claim pending, man claims 41 K income after bankruptcy and is imputed to 73 K

75

26

8.2

66.8

21.4

0.0

45.4

45.4

 

 

c

s

Kowalczyk v. Slavner, 2006 CanLII 40996 (ON S.C.)

680

 

$ 680 per month interim child support, man claims income of 26 K and is imputed to 75 K

75

75

9.3

65.7

21.4

2.7

44.3

41.6

 

 

c

o

Lee v. Dunphy, 2006 ONCJ 499 (CanLII)

 

778

 

$ 688 per month child support and $ 90 s.7 expenses per month based on an income of 75 K, 2.7 K costs

75

75

7.3

67.7

21.4

0.0

46.3

46.3

 

 

c

s

Nebel v. Robertson, 2003 CanLII 4374 (ON S.C.)

606

 

$ 606 per month child support changed to guidelines from separation agreement amount of $ 300, mans income 75 K per year

77

34

12.0

65.0

22.1

0.0

42.9

42.9

 

 

c

s

Hagner v. Hawkins, 2005 CanLII 43294 (ON S.C.)

1000

 

$ 1000 per month child support upheld, intentionally unemployed, 34 K income as teacher imputed to 77 K

77

77

12.0

65.0

22.1

66.9

42.9

(24.0)

 

 

c

o

Sodoski v. Dudgeon, 2004 ONCJ 424 (CanLII)

1000

 

$ 1000 per month child support, 26.9 K arrears, 40 K retroactive s.7 expenses, man makes 77 K

80

35

9.1

69.9

23.1

0.0

46.6

46.6

 

 

c

s

Laufer v. Laufer, 2006 CanLII 32997 (ON S.C.)

719

 

$ 719 per month child support, 83 % s.7 expenses, man claims 35 K income and is imputed to 80 K

80.1

76.4

12.5

67.6

23.2

0.0

44.4

44.4

 

 

c

s

Fantin v. Gillingham-Corkun Fantin, 2003 CanLII 2114 (ON S.C.)

1043

 

$ 639 per month child support and $ 404 s.7 expenses, man claims 76.4 K and is imputed to 80.1 K

81

0.0

8.8

72.2

23.4

2.8

48.8

46.0

 

 

c

s

Pysznyj v. Pysznyj, 2007 CanLII 4881 (ON S.C.)

734

 

$ 734 per month child support, 2.8 K retroactive arrears, man on unemployment is imputed to 81 K per year.

81

35

7.6

73.4

23.4

0.0

50.0

50.0

 

 

c

s

O'Brien v. O'Brien, 2003 CanLII 2366 (ON S.C.)

643

 

$ 643 per month child support, man claims 35 K income and is imputed to 81 K

81.7

81.7

16.3

65.4

25.4

22.0

40.0

18.0

 

 

c

o

Sharpley v. Sharpley, 2005 ONCJ 483 (CanLII)

1360

 

$ 1360 per month child support raised from $ 858 that was based on false income, mans income 81.7 K, 15 K retroactive arrears, 6 K contempt award and 1 K costs

83

83

16.7

66.3

25.8

8.2

40.2

32.0

 

 

c

s

Pollen v. Pollen, 2004 CanLII 5073 (ON S.C.)

1392

 

$1200 and $ 192 retroactive child support for child who is now no longer dependant, 8 K lump sum support, man makes 83 K per year

83.3

83.3

15.1

68.2

25.9

0.0

42.3

42.3

 

 

c

s

Lane v. Lane, 2002 CanLII 2794 (ON S.C.)

1261

 

$ 918 per month child support and $ 343 per month s.7 expenses, mans income 83.3 K

85

85

26.0

59.0

32.6

0.0

26.4

26.4

 

 

c

s

Rosenberg v. Rosenberg, 2003 CanLII 2227 (ON S.C.)

691

 

$ 691 per month child support for one child and 50 % of the university expenses for the other child, mans income is 85 K

88

30

14.7

73.3

33.9

40.0

39.4

(0.6)

 

 

c

s

Kimla v. Golds, 2005 CanLII 6928 (ON S.C.)

894

 

$ 794 per month child support and $ 100 s.7 expense and 54 % of school expenses, man claims 30 K income imputed to 88 K, 40 K arrears

90

13

9.7

80.3

34.7

30.0

45.6

15.6

 

 

c

o

Azevedo v. Clements, 2003 CanLII 20711 (ON C.J.)

 

806

 

Man must pay $ 806 per month child support and 30 K arrears because he cannot make a 28 K lump sum payment, man claims 13 K income and is imputed to 90 K

90

90

18.5

71.5

34.7

9.7

36.8

27.1

 

 

c

s

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

1209

 

$ 1209 per month child support, s.7 expenses, retroactive arrears, mans income 90 K

96

28

14.4

81.6

37.3

28.0

44.3

16.3

 

 

c

s

Di Matteo v. Del Medico, 2005 CanLII 27011 (ON S.C.)

1200

 

$ 1200 per month child support, income imputed to 96 K from claimed 28 K, retroactive arrears

99

58

11.1

87.9

38.6

0.0

49.3

49.3

 

 

c

s

Chrysler v. Chrysler, 2006 CanLII 9596 (ON S.C.)

927

 

$927 per month child support, mans income imputed from 58 K to 99 K

100

60

10.6

89.4

39.1

0.0

50.3

50.3

 

 

c

s

Clifford v. Heinzl, 2007 CanLII 23335 (ON S.C.)

877

 

$ 877 per month child support, man claims 60 K income and is imputed to 100 K

101

101

10.7

90.3

39.5

9.7

58.5

49.1

 

 

c

s

Kourany v. Salem, 2006 CanLII 15908 (ON S.C.)

889

 

$ 889 per month child support, retroactive arrears, mans income 101.6 K per year

110

110

18.1

91.4

44.1

0.0

47.3

47.3

 

 

c

s

Sprason v. Murray, 2007 CanLII 26613 (ON S.C.)

1506

 

$ 959 child support per month and $ 6572 per year s.7 expense, mans income 110 K per year

132

132

21.4

110.8

56.6

70.0

54.2

(15.8)

 

 

c

s

Wilson v. Sinden, 2007 CanLII 47161 (ON S.C.)

1783

 

 $ 1783 per month child support, 70 K in arrears,mans income 132 K per year

139

61

25.2

113.8

59.7

0.0

54.1

54.1

 

 

c

s

Vanderzalm v. Vanderzalm, 2003 CanLII 2356 (ON S.C.)

2100

 

$1500 spousal support and $ 2100 child support changed to $ 2100 child support, man claims income of 61 K but must pay on an income of 139 K per year

250

250

12.0

238.0

111.4

0.0

126.6

126.6

 

 

c

y

Tierney-Hynes v. Hynes, 2005 CanLII 35770 (ON C.A.)

1000

 

 Originally $ 1500 child support and $ 300 spousal support, varied in Manitoba to 1 K child support, appeal of dismissal of spousal support allowed, man makes 250 K per year

2000

2000

181.2

1818.8

928.0

0.0

890.0

890.0

 

 

c

s

Pakka v. Nygard, 2004 CanLII 5071 (ON S.C.)

15100

 

15.1 K per month child support, mans income 2000 K per year

 

60

48.0

 

 

0.0

 

 

0.0

 

b

s

Fair v. Fair, 2004 CanLII 16762 (ON S.C.)

2000

2000

2 K per month spousal support, 2 K per month child support, man claims income of 60 K and is imputed higher, wife is unemployed

21.6

21.6

7.0

14.6

0.0

0.0

14.6

14.6

0.0

 

b

s

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

287

300

$ 187 child support and $ 100 per month s.7 expenses and $ 300 per month spousal support, lump sum of 5 K child support already paid, mans income 21.6 K, wife is unemployed

45

45

39.2

5.8

4.1

13.0

1.7

(11.3)

0.0

 

b

s

Mondino v. Mondino, 2004 CanLII 21293 (ON S.C.)

1968

1300

1.3 K per month spousal support and $ 635 per month child support and 16 K per year s.7 expense, 10 months retroactive arrears of spousal support, man makes reduced 45 K and wife is unemployed and will be imputed to imputed to 20 K in 3 months and spousal support cut to 1 K per month

56

30

10.7

45.3

13.4

0.0

31.9

31.9

0.0

 

b

o

Dacres v. Dacres, 2007 ONCJ 622 (CanLII)

 

769

250

$ 250 spousal support per month and $ 519 in child support and 65 % of s.7 expenses, man claims 30 K income and is imputed to 56 K, wife is unemployed

64

57

18.9

45.1

14.2

0.0

30.9

30.9

0.0

 

b

s

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

868

700

$ 868 per month child support and $ 700 spousal support, man claims an income of 57 K and is held to payments at 64 K, wife is unemployed

65

65

18.5

46.5

13.4

0.0

33.1

33.1

0.0

 

b

s

Milunovic v. Milunovic, 2004 CanLII 19101 (ON S.C.)

543

1000

$ 1000 spousal support and $ 543 child support, man earns 65 K per year and wife is a student

66

46

30.6

35.4

12.6

0.0

22.8

22.8

0.0

 

b

s

Korevaar v. Allard, 2003 CanLII 2151 (ON S.C.)

1320

1230

1.23 K spousal support per month, 1.32 K child support per month including daycare, man claims 46 K income and is imputed to 66 K per year

67

67

30.0

37.0

6.9

0.0

30.1

30.1

0.0

 

b

s

Shantz v. Shantz, 2003 CanLII 2416 (ON S.C.)

500

2000

2 K per month interim spousal support, 0.5 K per month child support, man makes 67 K per year and wife has no income

75

75

30.0

45.0

16.5

0.0

28.5

28.5

0.0

 

b

s

Kreklewich v. Kreklewich, 2003 CanLII 1963 (ON S.C.)

1500

1000

1 K spousal support per month, 1.5 K child support per month for 4 children, variation denied, man earns 75 K per year

77

0.0

30.0

47.0

15.3

3.5

31.7

28.2

0.0

 

b

s

Dhanna v. Dhanna, 2004 CanLII 46660 (ON S.C.)

1000

1500

1.5 K spousal support per month, 1 K child support per month, 3.5 K retroactive arrears, man is unemployed, variation denied, income imputed to 77 K per year, wife is student.

77

28

46.8

30.2

6.8

0.0

23.4

23.4

0.0

 

b

s

Ayoub v. Osman, 2006 CanLII 9309 (ON S.C.)

1000

2900

$ 2900 per month spousal support, 1 K per year child support, man claims 28  K and income imputed to 77 K, variation denied

77.5

77.5

22.8

54.7

17.6

35.0

37.1

2.1

0.0

 

b

o

Schisler v. Schisler, 2004 ONCJ 324 (CanLII)

1000

900

1K per month child support and $ 900 per month spousal support, retroactive child support going back almost 3 years but no retroactive spousal support, man makes 77.5 K and wife claims no income

81

28

24.1

56.9

15.9

90.0

41.0

(49.0)

0.0

 

b

s

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

400

2500

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, wife has no income

83

70

34.6

48.4

17.7

0.0

30.7

30.7

0.0

 

b

s

Stoyshin v. Stoyshin, 2007 CanLII 15478 (ON S.C.)

1530

1350

$ 1350 per month spouasal support and $ 1250 per month child support and $ 280 per month s.7 expenses, man claims 70 K income and is imputed to 83 K, wife is a student

84

20

21.9

62.1

21.4

0.0

40.7

40.7

0.0

 

b

s

Ul Haq v. Ul Haq, 2003 CanLII 2263 (ON S.C.)

 

1078

750

 $ 1078 total child support per month and $ 750 spousal support, man claims 20 K income imputed to 84 K per year, wife has no income

88

83

26.3

56.7

19.8

12.0

36.9

24.9

0.0

 

b

s

Nanan v. Nanan, 2006 CanLII 12718 (ON S.C.)

691

1500

$ 691 per month child support and $ 1500 per month spousal support, man pays 2 K per month mortgage for home wife occupies, income imputed from claimed 83 K to 88 K, wife has no income

97

97

39.6

57.4

25.8

0.0

31.6

31.6

0.0

 

b

s

Gentle v. Gentle, 2007 CanLII 17028 (ON S.C.)

2131

1171

$ 2131 per month child support for 4 children based on an income of 97 K, $ 1171 per month spousal support

250

72

72.3

178.0

 

20.0

 

 

0.0

 

b

s

Giacco v. Papadopoulos, 2006 CanLII 40790 (ON S.C.)

 

 

Combined $ 6021 per month child support and  spousal support, husband claims 72 K income and is imputed to 250 K, wife get interim disbursement of 25 K, 20 K costs

100

100

44.4

55.6

17.2

33.0

38.4

5.4

0.0

 

b

s

Romanenko v. Stolarsky, 2005 CanLII 9677 (ON S.C.)

800

2900

2.9 K per month indefinite spousal support, 0.8 K per month child support, retroactive arrears, man does not submit financial documents and is imputed to 100 K per year income, 11K costs

110

46

42.0

68.0

33.0

22.0

35.0

13.0

0.0

 

b

s

Rae v. Rae, 2006 CanLII 33674 (ON S.C.)

1500

2000

2 K per month interim spousal support, 1.5 K per month child support, retroactive arrears, man claims 46 K income and is imputed to 110 K per year, wife is unemployed

110

75

54.0

56.0

25.3

0.0

30.7

30.7

0.0

 

b

s

Teodoro v. Quintaneiro, 2006 CanLII 820 (ON S.C.)

1300

3200

3.2 K spousal support per month, 1.3 K child support per month, man claims 75 K income and is imputed to 110, wife is unemployed

125

125

48.0

77.0

36.9

0.0

40.1

40.1

0.0

 

b

s

Chrobok v. Chrobok, 2006 CanLII 27308 (ON S.C.)

1500

2500

1.5 K per month child support and 2.5 K per month spousal support, mans income 125 K per year and wife is unemployed

129

129

36.5

92.5

43.8

0.0

48.7

48.7

0.0

 

b

o

K.J.B. v. S.M., 2006 ONCJ 87 (CanLII)

1544

1500

$ 1544 per month child support and $ 1500 per month spousal support, man has 129 K income and wife is unemployed

144

144

61.2

82.8

41.6

22.0

41.2

19.2

0.0

 

b

s

Sciuk v. Sciuk, 2005 CanLII 16642 (ON S.C.)

2250

2850

5.1 K combined interim child and spousal support, retroactive arrears, mans income at least 144 K and wife is unemployed

194

194

88.0

106.0

51.8

0.0

54.2

54.2

0.0

 

b

s

Church v. Church, 2003 CanLII 1942 (ON S.C.)

1700

5300

5.3 K per month spousal support and 1.7 child support per month and s.7 expenses, fathers gross income 194 K and salary 125 K per year

200

100

120.0

80.0

 

40.0

 

 

0.0

 

b

s

Graham v. Graham, 2005 CanLII 23682 (ON S.C.)

 

 

10 K per month combined child and spousal support, man claims 100 K and is imputed to 200 K, wife is unemployed, 40 K costs

221

221

67.2

153.8

92.4

0.0

61.0

61.0

0.0

 

b

s

Celotti v. Celotti, 2007 CanLII 23909 (ON S.C.)

4600

1000

$ 3.6 K per month child support, and 1 K per month s.7 expenses and 2 K per month spousal support, man makes 221 K per year and wife is unemployed

300

300

87.6

212.4

61.7

0.0

210.7

210.7

0.0

 

b

s

Liao v. Liao, 2003 CanLII 2167 (ON S.C.)

800

6500

6.5 K per month spousal support, 0.8 K per month child support, mans income is 300 K wife is unemployed

355

62

69.6

285.4

149.0

140.0

136.4

(4.0)

0.0

 

b

s

Jackson v. Jackson, 2005 CanLII 6371 (ON S.C.)

3800

2000

2 K per month spousal support, 3.8 K per month child support, 140 K arrears, mans income changes from 355 to 62 K per year but he must continue paying at 355 income level, only 1000 per month to be enforced until trial but he must pay arrears to participate at trial.

388

388

138.0

250.0

139.2

0.0

110.8

110.8

0.0

 

b

y

Adams v. Adams, 2001 CanLII 8527 (ON C.A.)

 

5000

6500

5 K per month spousal support, 6.5 K child support per month, man earns average 388 K per year

500

500

180.0

320.0

182.9

0.0

137.1

137.1

0.0

 

b

s

Sharf v. Sharf, 2004 CanLII 5765 (ON S.C.)

7000

8000

8 K spousal support, 7 K child support per month, man imputed to 500 K per year income wife has no income

700

700

282.0

418.0

231.1

559.0

186.9

(372.1)

0.0

 

b

y

Wildman v. Wildman, 2006 CanLII 33540 (ON C.A.)

7500

16000

16 K per month spousal support and 7.5 K per month child support, 524 K arrears, 350 security deposit, appeal dismissed, 35 K costs, man makes around 700 K and wife is unemployed

76

76

24.5

51.5

21.8

0.0

29.7

29.7

0.0

 

c

s

Tustian v. Dancey, 2004 CanLII 48179 (ON S.C.)

1922

 

$ 1922 per month child support including $ 300 s.7 expenses, must pay $ 111 per month for insurance covering children too, support obligations for a second divorce and 2 kids with present partner, man earns 76 K, wife is remarried and new husband earns 160 K and supports her

114

114

39.6

74.4

45.1

79.0

29.3

(49.7)

0.0

 

c

s

Shamess v. Berry, 2006 CanLII 41003 (ON S.C.)

3300

 

1.8 K per month indexed child support, 1.5 K per month s.7 expenses, 79 K arrears, variation denied, man makes 114 K per year and wife is unemployed

250

64

48.9

201.1

111.4

22.0

89.7

67.7

0.0

 

c

s

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

3400

 

3.4 K per month child support and s.7 expenses, reteroactive arrears, man claims 64 K income and is imputed to 250 K

502

502

180.0

322.0

228.3

12.0

93.7

81.7

0.0

 

c

s

V.A.W. v. R.C.L., 2004 CanLII 7043 (ON S.C.)

15000

 

15 K per month ongoing child support, 12 K retroactive arrears, man makes over 500 K and wife is unemployed

811

766

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.0

 

c

s

K.C. v. S.B., 2007 CanLII 17035 (ON S.C.)

 

 

Support set on 811 K income for 1 child and at least $ 1.3 K per month s.7 expenses, 51 K s.7 expenses arrears, retoractive support and arrears, income imputed 45 K above declared

281

281

92.4

188.6

97.9

23.0

90.7

67.7

0.5

 

b

s

Le Bel v. Chartrand, 2007 CanLII 50876 (ON S.C.)

2700

5000

5 K per month interim spousal support, 2.7 K per month child support, man also pays 23 K university expenses for older child not included in order, man earns 281 K and wife made $ 500 as an artist

95

95

45.3

49.7

25.8

0.0

23.9

23.9

1.0

 

b

s

Kerr v. Kerr, 2005 CanLII 16613 (ON S.C.)

2100

1000

1 K per month spousal support, 2.1 K per month child support and s.7 expenses, man makes 95 K and wife makes 1 K per year

54

54

11.8

42.2

13.7

4.0

28.5

24.5

2.7

 

c

s

MacLeod v. MacLeod, 2003 CanLII 2328 (ON S.C.)

982

 

$ 982 per month child support, spousal support of $ 1500 per month set aside, wife may make a new application for spousal support, mans income 54 K, wife claims 2.7 K income per year, retroactive arrears

41.9

41.9

15.5

25.4

6.7

0.0

18.7

18.7

3.3

 

c

s

Kingsley v. Kingsley, 2006 CanLII 19038 (ON S.C.)

960

 

 $ 1200 per month child support varied to $ 960, s.7 expenses, mans income 41.9 K and wifes income 3.3 K per year

20.8

20.8

1.2

19.6

2.3

0.9

17.3

16.4

4.8

 

c

o

D.H. v. C.B., 2006 ONCJ 521 (CanLII)

 

100

 

$ 100 per month child support as guidelines would be undue hardship, 7 ½ year retroactive claim rejected and $ 900 retroactive order made, mans income 20.8 K and wifes income 4.8 K per year.

44

44

19.2

24.8

2.3

22.9

22.5

(0.4)

6.5

 

b

s

Sh. É. C. v. G. P., 2003 CanLII 2028 (ON S.C.)

499

1100

$ 1100 per month spousal support with 12 K retroactive lump, $ 374 per month child support and 125 per month s.7 expense, 10.9 K retroactive arrears, proceeds from sale of home to be held as security, hasn’t seen child in 1 ½ years, permanent restraining order, man makes 44 K and wife on social assistance

49

49

23.7

25.3

4.7

1.6

19.6

18.0

6.5

 

b

s

V. W. v. Wa. T., 2005 CanLII 2752 (ON S.C.)

 

575

1400

$ 1400 spousal support per month and $ 420 child support and $ 155 s.7 expenses, arrears 1.6 K, man makes 49 K and wife is on social assistance

110

60

58.2

51.8

16.2

0.0

35.6

35.6

6.5

 

b

o

Downer v. Alexander, 2005 ONCJ 245 (CanLII)

850

4000

4 K spousal support per month, 0.8 K child support per month, man claims income of 60 K and is imputed to 110 K per year, wife is on social assistance

50

10

22.8

27.2

5.5

59.0

21.7

37.3

7

 

b

s

Ostap v. Ostap, 2003 CanLII 2193 (ON S.C.)

750

1150

$ 750 child support and $ 1150 spousal support with 59 K arrears, arrears and spousal support rescinded to lump sum spousal support of 35 K if he can pay it, man claims 10 K income but must pay at former 50 K imuted level, wife earns 7 K per year

84

84

35.0

49.0

19.3

17.0

29.7

12.7

7

 

b

s

Marsbergen v. Marsbergen, 2006 CanLII 3969 (ON S.C.)

1916

1000

1 K per month spousal support, 1.4 K per month child support and maximum 6.2 K annual s.7 expense not including dental work , retroactive, arrears 17 K, man earns 64 K and wife eans 7 K per year

84

75

12.5

71.5

29.2

0.0

42.3

42.3

7.3

 

c

s

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

1043

 

$ 1043 per month interim child support, man claims average income of 75 K and is imputed to 84 K due to non taxable non cash benefits, wifes income before support 7.3 K, husband declares bankruptcy

20

20

15.6

4.4

0.0

0.0

4.4

4.4

7.5

 

b

y

Arvai v. Arvai, 2001 CanLII 24142 (ON C.A.)

296

1000

1 K per month spousal support and $ 296 per month child support, upheld on appeal, man makes 20 K and wife makes 7.5 K per year

56

56

14.9

41.1

11.6

2.5

29.5

27.0

7.5

 

b

s

Martin v. Blanchard, 2007 CanLII 26612 (ON S.C.)

519

723

$ 519 child support per month and 2.5 K retroactive arrears and $ 723 per month spousal support, mans income 56 K and wifes income 7.5 K per year

65

65

29.2

35.8

13.4

9.7

22.4

12.7

7.5

 

b

s

Lee v. Lee, 2004 CanLII 5056 (ON S.C.)

1100

1000

1 K per month spousal support retroactive, 1.1 K per month child support and s.7 expenses, previous lump sum payment, mans income variable set at 65 K and wifes income 7.5 K per year

27.9

27.9

5.4

22.5

3.3

5.8

19.2

13.4

8

 

b

s

Hart v. Hart, 2003 CanLII 2129 (ON S.C.)

248

200

$ 248 child support and $ 200 spousal support per month, 5.8 K arrears, mans income imputed to 27.9 K and wife claims 8 K

120

31

30.4

89.6

43.5

225.0

46.1

(178.9)

8

 

b

s

Trick v. Trick, 2003 CanLII 2260 (ON S.C.)

1400

800

 Average $ 800 spousal support and 1.4 K child support, 75 % s.7 expenses, retroactive arrears of 225 K, man claims 31 K income and is imputed to 120 K per year, wife makes 8 K

31.2

31.2

3.4

27.8

4.5

0.0

23.3

23.3

8.6

 

c

o

Pollard v. Deale, 2003 CanLII 27021 (ON C.J.)..

281

 

$ 281 per month child support based on an income of 31.2 K, wife makes 8.6 K per year

82.4

82.4

21.4

61.0

17.3

18.5

43.7

25.2

8.9

 

b

s

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

380

1400

$380 child support and $ 1200 spousal support increased to $ 1400, 18.5 K retroactive arrears, mans income 82.4 K and wifes income 8.9 K per year

225

170

72.0

153.0

92.3

22.0

60.7

38.7

8.9

 

b

s

Salzmann v. Salzmann, 2004 CanLII 5009 (ON S.C.)

2400

3600

3.6 K spousal support per month, 2 K child support per month and $ 400 per month s.7 expense, retroactive arrears, man claims 170 K per year income and is imputed to 225 K, wife has 8.9 K interest income

100

100

32.5

71.5

25.5

9.7

46.0

36.3

9.6

 

b

s

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

878

1500

$ 1500 per month spousal suport and $ 878 per month child support increased from $ 700 retroactively, man makes 100 K per year and wife makes 9.6 K before support

40

40

8.9

31.1

5.3

0.0

25.8

25.8

10

 

b

s

Jarzebinski v. Jarzebinski, 2004 CanLII 36075 (ON S.C.)

345

400

$ 400 spousal support and $ 345 child support per month, man earns 40 K per year wife earns 10 K

45

8

16.6

28.4

4.8

30.0

23.6

(6.4)

10

 

b

s

Hitchens v. Hitchens, 2004 CanLII 12899 (ON S.C.)

387

1000

$ 1000 per month spousal support and $ 387 child support, 30 K spousal support lump sum payment too, 10 K equalization, man claims 8 K income and is imputed to 45 K, wife has income of 10 K per year

66

66

17.4

48.6

14.1

0.0

34.5

34.5

10

 

b

s

Erb v. Erb, 2003 CanLII 2112 (ON S.C.)

548

900

$ 548 child support and $ 900 spousal support, mans income 66 K and wifes income 10 K per year

75

75

19.4

55.6

17.8

0.0

37.8

37.8

10

 

b

s

C.J.A. v. L.R.G., 2004 CanLII 18593 (ON S.C.)

979

640

$ 979 child support and $ 640 spousal support, spousal support limited to one final year and gradually reduced, mans income 75 K and wifes income 10 K per year

151

151

72.0

79.0

37.8

15.0

41.2

26.2

10

 

b

s

Rothenburg v. Rothenburg, 2003 CanLII 2229 (ON S.C.)

1500

4500

4.5 K per month spousal support, 1.5 K child support per month, 15 K retroactive arrears, man makes 151 K per year wife makes 10 K

177

177

68.8

108.2

42.5

23.0

65.7

42.7

10

 

b

s

Cade v. Rotstein, 2002 CanLII 2811 (ON S.C.)

1800

3600

3.6 spousal support per month, 1.8 K per month child support and s.7 expenses, 23 K retroactive arrears, 177 K imputed to husband and 10 K imputed to wife

332

208

108.0

224.0

118.8

0.0

105.2

105.2

10

 

b

s

Biddle v. Biddle, 2004 CanLII 52809 (ON S.C.)

3500

5500

5.5 K spousal support, 3.5 K child support per month, mans declared income of 208 K imputed to 332 K, wifes income 10 K

30

30

5.4