A.E. v. M.G., [2004] Northwest Terr. Cases 11 (SC)

JudgeRichard, J.
CourtSupreme Court of Northwest Territories (Canada)
Case DateOctober 31, 2003
JurisdictionNorthwest Territories
Citations[2004] Northwest Terr. Cases 11 (SC);2004 NWTSC 11

A.E. v. M.G., [2004] Northwest Terr. Cases 11 (SC)

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Temp. Cite: [2004] Northwest Terr. Cases TBEd. MR.132

A.E. v. M.G.

(CV 06987; 2004 NWTSC 11)

Indexed As: A.E. v. M.G.

Northwest Territories Supreme Court

Richard, J.

March 10, 2004.

Summary:

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Family Law - Topic 2523

Maintenance of wives and children - Enforcement - Orders - Arrears of maintenance (incl. interest) - See paragraphs 10 to 16.

Family Law - Topic 4045.5

Divorce - Corollary relief - Maintenance - Support guidelines (incl. nondivorce cases) - Calculation or attribution of income - See paragraphs 1 to 9.

Cases Noticed:

Haisman v. Haisman (1994), 157 A.R. 47; 77 W.A.C. 47 (C.A.), refd to. [para. 12].

Counsel:

Jane Olson, for the mother;

Kenneth Allison, for the father.

This case was heard at Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, on October 31, 2003, before Richard, J., of the Northwest Territories Supreme Court, who delivered the following judgment on March 10, 2004.

Please note: The following judgment has not been edited.

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  • Drygeese v. Nitah, [2014] Northwest Terr. Cases Uned. 70
    • Canada
    • Northwest Territories Supreme Court of Northwest Territories (Canada)
    • 24 Octubre 2014
    ...her in providing for B.S.L. [25] Ultimately, Nitah's primary obligation was to support his child. As stated in Edgi v. Grandjambe , 2004 NWTSC 11 at para. 15: The Court will enforce child support obligations, including substantial arrears, where the evidence reveals that financial obligatio......
  • Harrison v. Omilgoituk, [2011] Northwest Terr. Cases Uned. 9 (TC)
    • Canada
    • Northwest Territories Territorial Court of Northwest Territories (Canada)
    • 23 Marzo 2011
    ...obligations to the child or children have not been a priority for the parent. The sentiments of Richard, J. in Edgi v. Grandjambe , 2004 NWTSC 11, are also appropriate in this case: "The Respondent's priorities are askew, and he needs to rethink them." [28] Having regard to the Re......
2 cases
  • Drygeese v. Nitah, [2014] Northwest Terr. Cases Uned. 70
    • Canada
    • Northwest Territories Supreme Court of Northwest Territories (Canada)
    • 24 Octubre 2014
    ...her in providing for B.S.L. [25] Ultimately, Nitah's primary obligation was to support his child. As stated in Edgi v. Grandjambe , 2004 NWTSC 11 at para. 15: The Court will enforce child support obligations, including substantial arrears, where the evidence reveals that financial obligatio......
  • Harrison v. Omilgoituk, [2011] Northwest Terr. Cases Uned. 9 (TC)
    • Canada
    • Northwest Territories Territorial Court of Northwest Territories (Canada)
    • 23 Marzo 2011
    ...obligations to the child or children have not been a priority for the parent. The sentiments of Richard, J. in Edgi v. Grandjambe , 2004 NWTSC 11, are also appropriate in this case: "The Respondent's priorities are askew, and he needs to rethink them." [28] Having regard to the Re......

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