What is the test for determining whether a spouse has met the statutory objective of having a dependant?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Adams v. Adams, 2005 CanLII 34799 (ON SC):

In Jonason v. Jonanson[4] the court noted that if any one of the statutory objectives is relevant, a spouse may be entitled to support. Where there is none present, a dependant may not be entitled to support.

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