What is the impact of notice, delay and misconduct in a child support claim?

Nova Scotia, Canada

The following excerpt is from TM v. RR, 2021 NSSC 156 (CanLII):

I may apportion more weight to concerns about notice, delay, and misconduct than I might otherwise in a child support claim. Failure to move for interim relief is not a bar to retroactive support: Kerr v. Baranow, supra, para 208. Findings

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