What is the authority for reducing spousal support awards within the appropriate range of awards?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Kumpula v. Kumpula, 2013 BCSC 396 (CanLII):

In British Columbia, there is authority for reducing spousal support awards within these ranges, and even below these ranges where there has been a sufficiently large reapportionment order: see Tedham v. Tedham, 2005 BCCA 502; Narayan v. Narayan, 2006 BCCA 561; Foster v. Foster, 2007 BCCA 83.

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