December 2017 | Article

Laurie Pawlitza discusses what happens when a payor can pay child support but chooses not to do so in her latest column in the National Post

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In 2012, Statistics Canada estimated that 45 per cent of child and spousal support orders were in arrears, meaning that there was a balance of more than twice the monthly payment owing.

What happens when a payor can pay but chooses not to do so?

To read Torkin Manes lawyer Laurie H. Pawlitza's latest column in the National Post, click here.

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