By consent order dated November 28, 2011, the previous
$500 per month increase in spousal support was continued,6 such
that the total monthly spousal support payable, including the
replacement payment for medical benefits, remained at $2, 650.
(h) The husband’s early retirement
 On August 24, 2012, the husband resigned from his long-
standing employment and accepted an early retirement package
under which he was to receive the commuted value of his pen-
sion as calculated by his employer, payable in six instalments on
September 1 of each year, commencing September 1, 2012. As
indicated above, the husband began performing consulting work
for his former employer soon after retiring. The details of the
husband’s pension payout are set out below:
( i) The wife’s change motion
 The wife’s change motion was issued on April 9, 2013.
In addition to child support, the wife requested that the November 28, 2011 spousal support order be terminated effective
December 31, 2011 and asked for an order for “lump sum compensatory spousal support . . . in a fair and equitable portion
from the [husband’s] employment pension payout, that he
received in or about August 2012”.
 In a further notice of motion returnable December 11,
2013 and brought in the same proceeding, among other things,
the wife requested
— a final order varying the September 15, 2009 order and the
November 28, 2011 order such that periodic spousal support
6 In his reasons, the motion judge noted that he did not have the husband’s
income figure for 2009. However, the motion judge also noted that in 2010,
the husband earned $149,803.93 and that in 2011 he earned $151,429.40.