What is the case law in favour of continuing child support?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Hamilton v. Popp, 2014 BCSC 506 (CanLII):

The claimant cites Bockhold v. Bockhold, 2006 BCCA 472 in support of her position that the child support Rogers J. ordered in 2008 ought to continue.

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