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To change a final court order or a separation agreement dealing with support, you have to bring a motion to change. A motion to change is the name of the court process used to ask a judge to change a court order or separation agreement. If you're making the motion, you're called the moving party.
Form 14: Notice of Motion, where you list the orders you want the court to make if you want something other than to have the motion dismissed; or a Form 14B: Notice of Motion if you're asking for a procedural order such as more time to file your documents.
Your Answer must be served on your ex-partner within 30 days if you live in Canada or the United States. If your Answer includes a claim for custody of or access to a child, you must include a Form 35.1: Affidavit in Support of Custody and/or Access.
First, there really is no such thing as filing for 'legal separation' in Canada. You are legally separated as soon as you and your spouse are 'living separate and apart'.
To start a new court case, you always have to fill out Form 8: Application (general) in addition to the form that your case is about. For example, if you have to go to court to start a case about child custody and access, you would fill out Form 8 and Form 35.1 Affidavit in Support of Claim for Custody or Access.
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Starting with a written petition also known as a complaint, you can go to your local court and file for separation. This has the same process as divorce. The judge will either decide for the couples or they both will agree on marriage-related issues like child custody and support, alimony, and property division.
Can I do it myself? You do not need to have a lawyer draft your separation agreement. A separation agreement is considered a legally binding contract if it is signed by both parties, in the presence of a witness, and dated.
Fill out Form 26B: Affidavit for Filing Domestic Contract or Paternity Agreement, and attach your current separation agreement to it. You have to file Form 26B and your separation agreement at the Ontario Court of Justice or the Family Court branch of the Superior Court of Justice.
A separation agreement is considered a legally binding contract if it is signed by both parties, in the presence of a witness, and dated.
Family court decisions can be appealed in Ontario. However, it is important to distinguish between a temporary and final decision. For a temporary decision, something called \u201cleave\u201d is required. This means that a panel of three judges has to give permission to appeal based on a specified test that is very hard to meet.

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