What are the implications of a husband's claim that his wife’s income and assets are equal to that of his assets?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from L.J.H. v. J.A.Z., 2014 BCSC 1384 (CanLII):

The husband argues that the corollary of the Schmidt v. Schmidt principle, (1999 BCCA 701, at para. 16) that the court cannot ignore the benefits to the payor of a new spouse’s income and assets, should apply to the circumstances of wife in this case.

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