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Income Disclosure for Child Support Purposes
September 21, 2016

  Income Disclosure for Child Support Purposes

(Produced by Justice Canada)  
Both parents have a legal obligation to support their children financially after separation or divorce. Children have a legal right to that support. 
Under the Federal Child Support Guidelines (Federal Guidelines) parents need to provide complete and up-to-date income information to ensure a fair amount of support. 
This Fact Sheet provides general information about: 
• who needs to provide income information and when they need to provide it; 
• what income information they need to provide; and 
• what happens when the information is not provided
Click here to view the entire fact sheet on PLEIS-NB’s Family Law NB 
Click here to go to Justice Canada’s family law 


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