What is the impact of a long-term relationship on a spousal support award?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from D.N. v M.R, 2019 BCSC 537 (CanLII):

The length of the relationship will usually have an impact on the amount of the spousal support award. As Justice Prowse explained at para. 57 of Foster v. Foster, 2007 BCCA 83:

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