Jim, the officer of the children has already been asked for and refused, so you are seeing just what I'm up against and she's got the money to be very innovative and resourceful. I have asked her straight out, "what is your purpose?" not a word uttered. As far as access goes, what could I ask the Judge. As long as I have the essentials as far as amenities at the farm are concerned, Should I still go for 50/50. Can she make these demands of me even though the farm is rented, inspections etc... You know Jim this boy and I play together all the time. We're together all the time. (within 3rd).Stephen
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Jim, I am overwhelmed now by but and the amount of information I must include in my affidavit. I once again cowering; caving at the thought of not having the right content in the affidavit. You gave me a great link to the Ontario courts guidelines.
Stick with it my friend and you'll get through it, I know it's a lot, but stick to the facts and you'll do fine, follow your heart and let it guide you. Sit down and make a point form list of all the points you want to make. Go over it again to put in anything you overlooked or take anything out that doesn't need to be there. This will make it easier for you to write the affidavit.Remember, the judge only wants the facts, and brief information to give him/her the picture. If it gets to it, you will expand on those points, fill in the blanks and connect everything together in trial.I know you'll get through this!
Jim on the page of the Affividavit, is the format in point form, paragraphs, numbered...is there a common most excepted format?
Numbered paragraphs, not too long and overly detailed.