Is a father of a dependent child required to provide information to the Respondent in order to be able to contribute to his child?

Nova Scotia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Spears v. Subbiondo, 2015 NSSC 97 (CanLII):

He is in the best position to provide the information and he will suffer the effects of enforcement should he not keep the Respondent informed of his ability to contribute to his child as is set out in (Henry v. Henry, 2006 SCC 37) while his child remains a dependant. Legere Sers, J.

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