Parenting Time and Decision-Making in Ontario
When parents are going through a separation or divorce, some of the most difficult decisions that need to be made are those concerning the children. Who will the children live with? Who will have decision-making authority? What happens if the parents cannot agree? In the article below, we introduce the basic concepts behind Ontario child […]
“Verandah Parenting”: Was New Father Ready to Graduate to Visits In-Home?
“Verandah Parenting”: Was New Father Ready to Graduate to Visits In-Home? The unmarried parents ended their relationship in May of 2021, when the mother was pregnant. She gave birth to a daughter in September. Within two months of the birth, the father had formally applied to the court for parenting time with their infant daughter. […]
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