including commissions (first from Money Managers and then
from ACP), the profits of both the jointly owned businesses
and the professional corporations, and Michael’s salary as CFO
of ACP. 1
 On September 18, 2014, at Frank’s request, the parties
met. Frank had, for some time, wanted to discuss succession
planning with Michael, and in particular, the liquidation of his
interest in their joint enterprise. The parties are at odds about
what was said at the meeting, but suffice it to say that it went
badly, and the relationship between father and son, already
tense, continued on a downward slope.
 Following the meeting, Frank stopped sharing his ACP
commissions with Michael. In response, Michael stopped sharing both his ACP commissions, and his CFO salary, with Frank.
At that time, Frank’s commissions far exceeded the combination
of Michael’s commissions and salary.
 There is somewhat of a void in the evidence after September 2014, and until June 2015. Between June 1 and June 23,
2015, Frank withdrew a total of $23,265 from various corporate
bank accounts, without consulting Michael, and on June 26,
Michael moved to a newly established ACP branch office, under
a new agency agreement, and taking the business and staff
 On July 20, 2015, ACP terminated Frank’s agency agreement. ACP was aware of the dispute between father and son,
and evidently had determined that it would be in the best interests of the company to terminate its existing agreement with
Frank, and enter into a new one with Michael.
 In August 2015, the parties entered into an agreement
pursuant to which Michael would pay $525,000 to Frank for his
investment clients. However, Frank ultimately failed to complete the agreement.
 As a result of the termination of his agency agreement
with ACP, Frank’s licence to sell securities was suspended. For
personal reasons, he found it difficult to deal with the situation,
and it was not until February 2016 that his registration was
reinstated. In the meantime, Michael had taken over most of his
1 Michael points out that there were exceptions: for example, they paid
rent on their business premises to a holding company owned by Frank and