Spousal support calculation error in British Columbia case

On Behalf of Porter Ramsay LLP | Jun, 15, 2022 | Family Law

The British Columbia Court of Appeal recently heard a case regarding a claim that spousal support was miscalculated in prior rulings. The appeal claimed that the calculation had been based on shared parenting when in fact one parent was given primary custody. The payor parent asked for the calculation to be reconsidered given the circumstances. Despite initial rejection of his application, he was successful in doing so.  The original calculation was put in place by a judge in Jan. 2021. During this matter, the wife was given spousal support of $1,750. The wife was also given primary parenting. The husband... View Article