18 As was the situation in the Bates v. Welcher case, these requests for financial disclosure were brought before any discovery had taken place. There is no evidence in this case of unreasonable expenses, or a lifestyle inconsistent with the amounts disclosed on the income tax return. There was no evidence which would contradict the affidavits indicating the husband’s father had sole control over the financial affairs of the corporation. Consequently, for the same reasons expressed in that decision, I would dismiss this appeal with respect to the issue of disclosure in relation to the Manitoba guidelines.
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