What is the proper treatment of an existing agreement for spousal support?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from P.K.C. v. J.R.R., 2014 BCSC 932 (CanLII):

Under the Divorce Act, the approach is mandated in Miglin v. Miglin, 2003 SCC 24 which described the proper treatment of an existing agreement when a court is arriving at an initial order for spousal support.

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