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4How do I resolve a dispute in child support payments?
You can bring an Application to claim child support in ontario, or an action to stop child support or vary the amount of child support you are paying, only if your circumstances since the date of the order have changed.
5How do I obtain access/visitation to my child(ren)?
You can bring an application to correct this situation at any time.
6I am not the natural father of the child, can I stop paying child support?
You can start or defend a legal action to stop the payments.
7Can I make a change to a final order for access, child support or custody of the child(ren)?
You can start or defend a legal action to make the necessary changes.
8 I need an ontario divorce or a toronto divorce?
a) SEPARATION- You must have lived separate and apart from the spouse for at least one year. Either you or your spouse must have lived in Ontario for at least one year. There must be no possibility of returning to live together. You can use Application Simple if there is no co-operation from the spouse or Application Joint if there is co-operation. b) ADULTERY- You can start your ontario divorce application simple now, and separation is not necessary if you find it intolerable to continue and live with your spouse. There must be no possibility of reconciliation. You do require evidence that the spouse has committed adultery. Evidence can be, your spouse admitting to you or a third party to the act of adultery. All evidence must be in the form of a sworn affidavit. c) CRUELTY (physical or mental) - You can start your ontario divorce application simple now. You do not need to be separated for one year. There must be no possibility of reconciliation. You do require evidence to prove cruelty such as a police report if there has been assault or a doctor's report if there has been physical or mental injuries caused as a result of your spouse's behaviour.
9I have no address for the spouse, OR the spouse is evading service, How can I proceed?
You can Dispense with the service, OR you can Validate the Service, OR you can Substitute Service in your divorce action.
10I want to make changes to my information on the forms?
Your information can be changed, simply re-submit the form with the changes or contact us.
11I need legal advice from an Ontario lawyer?
An Ontario lawyer will contact you to meet with you.
12I have to pay court fees?
Yes. Court fees are payable to the Minister of Finance and are payable in all cases unless there is hardship at which time fees in a case may be waived by the court.