Form 17c "Settlement Conference Brief - General" - Ontario, Canada

Form 17c or the "Settlement Conference Brief - General" is a form issued by the Ontario Court of Justice.

The form was last revised in November 1, 2009 and is available for digital filing. Download an up-to-date fillable Form 17c in PDF-format down below or look it up on the Ontario Court of Justice Forms website.

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Download Form 17c "Settlement Conference Brief - General" - Ontario, Canada

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ONTARIO
Court file number
(Name of Court)
Form 17C:
at
Settlement Conference
Court office address
Brief -General
Name of party filing this brief
Date of settlement conference
Applicant(s)
Full legal name & address for service — street & number, municipality,
Lawyer’s name & address — street & number, municipality, postal
postal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any).
code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any).
Respondent(s)
Full legal name & address for service — street & number, municipality,
Lawyer’s name & address — street & number, municipality, postal
postal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any).
code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any).
Name & address of Children’s Lawyer’s agent (street & number, municipality, postal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any))
and name of person represented.
PART 1 – FAMILY FACTS
1. APPLICANT:
Age
Birthdate
: (d, m, y)
2. RESPONDENT:
Age
Birthdate
: (d, m, y)
3. RELATIONSHIP DATES:
Married on
(date)
Separated on
(date)
Started living together on
(date)
Never lived together
Other
(Explain.)
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ONTARIO
Court file number
(Name of Court)
Form 17C:
at
Settlement Conference
Court office address
Brief -General
Name of party filing this brief
Date of settlement conference
Applicant(s)
Full legal name & address for service — street & number, municipality,
Lawyer’s name & address — street & number, municipality, postal
postal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any).
code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any).
Respondent(s)
Full legal name & address for service — street & number, municipality,
Lawyer’s name & address — street & number, municipality, postal
postal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any).
code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any).
Name & address of Children’s Lawyer’s agent (street & number, municipality, postal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any))
and name of person represented.
PART 1 – FAMILY FACTS
1. APPLICANT:
Age
Birthdate
: (d, m, y)
2. RESPONDENT:
Age
Birthdate
: (d, m, y)
3. RELATIONSHIP DATES:
Married on
(date)
Separated on
(date)
Started living together on
(date)
Never lived together
Other
(Explain.)
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Court file number
4. The basic information about the child(ren) is as follows:
Birthdate
Child's full legal name
Age
Grade/Year and school
Now living with
(d, m, y)
PART 2: ISSUES
If you want to refer to anything else that is not in the continuing record and that does not need to be in the continuing record,
you must attach it to this brief. In particular, attach any valuations or experts’ reports that are not in the record.
If you want to refer to a report or document that has already been filed in the continuing record, just give the page number(s)
or tab number of that document in the continuing record.
If you are updating a document that is already in the continuing record, you must file the updated document in the continuing
record and then refer to it by the page number(s) or tab numbers of that update in the continuing record.
5. What are the issues in this case that HAVE been settled:
child custody
spousal support
possession of home
access
child support
equalization of net family property
restraining order
ownership of property
other
(Specify.)
6. What are the issues in this case that have NOT yet been settled:
child custody
spousal support
possession of home
access
child support
equalization of net family property
(Attach net family property statement, Form 13B)
restraining order
ownership of property
other
(Specify.)
7. If child or spousal support is an issue, give the income of the parties:
Applicant:
per year for the year 20
$
Respondent:
per year for the year 20
$
8. What are the issues for this settlement conference? What are the important facts for this settlement conference?
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9. Do you want the court to make a temporary or final order about any of these issues at the settlement conference?
No
Yes.
(Give details.)
10. Have any of these issues that have been settled been turned into a court order or a written agreement?
No
Yes
an order dated
a written agreement that is attached.
11. Are any of the issues in this case urgent?
No
Yes.
(Identify the issues and give details of why the issues are urgent.)
PART 3: PROCEDURAL MATTERS
12. If there is a custody or access assessment in this case, is it finished?
Yes.
(If it is not already filed in the continuing record, file it now. Give the tab/page number(s) of the assessment:
)
No.
(Explain why the assessment is not ready.)
13. Are there issues that may require expert evidence or a report?
No
Yes.
(If yes, provide details such as: the type of expert evidence; whether the parties will be retaining a joint expert; who the
expert will be; who will be paying the expert; how long it will take to obtain a report, etc.)
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Court file number
14. Have all of the reports you intend to rely on been provided to all of the parties and the Children’s Lawyer (if involved)?
No.
Yes
.
If not, when will they be provided?
15. If the Children’s Lawyer is involved in this case, has the Children’s Lawyer told the parties what its position is on the issues
involving the children?
Yes.
(What is the Children’s Lawyer’s position? Explain below.)
No.
(Explain below.)
16. Have the parties finished the disclosing of documents and the questioning of witnesses?
Yes.
No.
(State what has not been done.)
17. Are there any further procedural orders needed in this case?
No.
Yes.
(Explain.)
18. I estimate that the trial time needed for my part of this trial is
days; the other side’s part of this trial is
days.
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Form 17C: Settlement Conference Brief -General
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Court file number
PART 4: OFFER TO SETTLE
19. The following is my offer to settle the outstanding issues in this case:
offer to settle all issues
offer to settle some of the issues
NOTE: If you have already made an offer and it is still open for acceptance, attach a copy to this brief. If you have not made
an offer to settle, you must make one here. If you do not have enough information about all the issues, make a partial offer on
those issues for which you do have enough information.
The other side can accept your offer. And if the other side does accept it, the accepted offer becomes a binding contract and
can be turned into a court order that can be enforced against you. The other side can make a counter-offer.
In your offer for child support, give detailed calculations for any claim for special expenses or for undue hardship. If your offer
deals with spousal support, it will be helpful to your case if you attach detailed calculations showing the effect of income tax
on any proposed support order.
Put a line through any space left on this page. If additional space is needed, extra pages may be attached.
Date of party’s signature
Signature of party
Date of lawyer’s signature
Signature of party’s lawyer
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