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Navigating Interjurisdictional Support Orders

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1 hour
Ghina Al-Sewaidi
Michelle Douglas-Cummings
Heather Puchala
Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA)
1 hour
$119.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

Join us for this practical program on how best to navigate support orders in family court.  Find out the key issues to consider for the support payor and recipient. The presentation will provide vital information on how to navigate support matters, including:

The difference between applications for provisional orders and interjurisdictional support orders. 

  • What forms and procedural steps are required for each type of application.

  • What counsel is to expect when representing the support payor or the support recipient.   

  • Which jurisdictions requires a provisional order. 

  • Which jurisdictions are reciprocating jurisdiction.

  • What is the role of the Family Responsibility Office.

Whether you are representing a support payor or recipient, this program will give you the necessary tools to ensure that you are choosing the most efficient path to resolving your client’s support issues. 


Ghina Al-Sewaidi

Michelle Douglas-Cummings

Heather Puchala

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