Family Law Final Version…65 factor
Posted in Burlington, Divorce, Location, Ontario by Questions on January 6, 2014
The new final version of spousal support infers that unlimited support will be provided should the age of the recipient at the time of the separation plus the number of years of the relationship be or exceed 65. As a recipient , my aged far exceeds 65. My ex has requested a review of support in the future. We both are retired pensioners. There is a huge discrepancy in our pensions…his over 100K, mine under 38K. With regular COLA increases, he has means for unlimited support. Does the 65 factor support my claim for unlimited support. I want closure, to avoid litigation and on-going stress in my senior years. I am almost 70. Can the ’65 factor’ argue for unlimited support? Thank you for some advice.