What are the implications of add-backs to a spouse’s income pursuant to section 18(2) or s. 19(1) of the Criminal Code?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Z.A.S. v T.S, 2022 BCSC 435 (CanLII):

Justice Kent explained the basis behind add-backs to a spouse’s income (whether pursuant to s. 18(2) or s. 19(1)) in Wiebe v. Treissman, 2017 BCSC 1523:

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