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Old 11-25-2021, 04:58 PM
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It is not a singular/personal belief though it is a religious sincerely held belief.
How would it be considered a singular belief if i have a religious leader who has personally endorsed a letter written to my employer?

Im not here to debate what is or isnt a belief. The human rights commission sees it as a personal belief because the majority of religious heads have endorsed vaccination. There are maybe three fringe groups that are against it and as a result the human rights tribunal does not see it as legit. There are plenty of catholics who have had their priest or the head of the regional catholic group sign forms and they are not upheld. I dont set their rules, Im simply saying they have already come out to say they do not hold it as anything but personal belief.

My statements are mainly to advise you that you will not get far in family court arguing your employer will not accommodate you or you have an undue hardship. The courts have already upheld vaccine policies in challenges and the human rights tribunal has stated they dont see it as requiring accommodation. Therefore you will be required to find an income for child support purposes.
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Old 11-25-2021, 05:20 PM
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...listen to her

if she is making this argument and taking the time to write this out, imagine what a lawyer would do..it would be a massacre

your options remain

1. get the shot
2. talk to your employer and see if u can work from home
3. find a job that doesnt have that policy
4. pray your ex will show sympathy given she has a similar view point
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Old 11-25-2021, 06:04 PM
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your options remain

1. get the shot
2. talk to your employer and see if u can work from home
3. find a job that doesnt have that policy
4. pray your ex will show sympathy given she has a similar view point
No these arent his options.

Only 1 and 3 are options.

And employers dont make mandates. They make policies and as such they dont necessarily have to accommodate.

My responses are basically to assist a self rep make smart decisions. There are a lot of smart self reps out there. Arguing a losing point makes judges dislike self reps making it hard on the ones who are reasonable.

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...listen to her

if she is making this argument and taking the time to write this out, imagine what a lawyer would do..it would be a massacre

your options remain

1. get the shot
2. talk to your employer and see if u can work from home
3. find a job that doesnt have that policy
4. pray your ex will show sympathy given she has a similar view point
I would add this one:

5. Hope that your ex doesn't have a lawyer that she listens to and changes her radical religious beliefs to align to the court to crush you in court.

See what you don't realize OP is that you are clearly not in agreement nor in sync with the other parent because you are in COURT and not settling this out like two mature adults. Only people in conflict go to court. So there is already a reason you are going to court.

A parent, who truly cares about their children will put their CHILDREN'S BEST INTERESTS before their nonsense "religious" beliefs. So you would rather be unemployed and unable to support your children based on your nonsensical religious beliefs than feed your children and make sure they have a roof over their heads.

Good luck in court... if the other parent makes a shift to requesting that the children get vaccinated and leaves their religious beliefs at the court room door you will be screwed.

Also, in most religions "divorce" is a mortal sin... So your religious argument will be mocked by most Judges because um... ya... you are in a court sinning.
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