When imputing income is imputed in an original order, can the payor continue to impute income?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from M.H. v. J.E., 2019 ONSC 4317 (CanLII):

When income is imputed in an original order, the payor has the onus of showing why it is not appropriate to continue to impute income: Trang v. Trang, 2013 ONSC 1980.

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