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Can a minor child's unilateral withdraw from a relationship with a parent relieve that parent of his or her child support obligations?
Does the Ontario Superior Court have the jurisdiction to vary a final order for child support made in the Ontario Court of Justice? If the Superior Court lacks such jurisdiction, is the proper remedy to transfer the matter from the Superior Court to the Ontario Court of Justice?
How does an adult child's repudiation of a relationship with a parent affect that parent's child support obligations?
How will a court determine if a child's withdrawal from parental control is voluntary or involuntary?
In what circumstances might a court award child support pursuant to s. 31 of the Family Law Act for a disabled adult child?
What are a parent's child support obligations in the event of a child's unilateral repudiation of his or her relationship with that parent?
What are some fairly recent Ontario cases interpreting “child of the marriage” under s. 2 of Divorce Act in the context of child support, where the child was above the age of majority and pursuing a post-secondary education?
What is the effect of an adult child's repudiation of a relationship with a parent on that parent's child support obligations?
What, if any, is the entitlement and duration of child support for an adult child under a disability?
What, if any, is the quantum of child support for an adult child under a disability?
When is a minor child between the ages of 16 and 18 living on his or her own entitled to receive child support from his or her parents?
When is a step-parent obligated to pay child support for his spouse's child upon dissolution of the family relationship?
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Child support under federal and provincial guidelines
Spousal support under Divorce Act and provincial statutes