In what circumstances will child support be considered as income for purposes of child support purposes?

Nova Scotia, Canada

The following excerpt is from McIntyre v. Veinot, 2016 NSSC 8 (CanLII):

In St. Hilaire v. St. Hilaire, 2003 NSSF 48, and in Colter v. Colter, 2015 NSSC 2, it was considered as income for child support purposes specifically.

In Campbell v. Campbell, 2012 NSCA 86, severance pay representing 18 months in lieu of notice was averaged out over two years for child support purposes.

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