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Common Law Issues The law regarding common law relationships is different than in cases of divorce. Discuss the issues that affect unmarried couples here.

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Old 04-15-2013, 11:11 AM
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Are you in contact with the CAS in her city? Maybe they could be the ones to place the child with you, once paternity is confirmed. Don't they deal with both parents in the case of a separated couple where one may be unfit? I'm pretty sure they try to place a child with the other parent or with other family members before a foster home, don't they?
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:04 PM
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Because the child is ordinarily resident in Quebec, the laws of the province will be relevant to your case. You may wish to research them or contact a lawyer with experience in Quebec.

If she is attempting to cut off contact with you, then the expectation should be that she does not want to acknowledge you as the (potential) father, nor share custody if you are the biological father.

A custody battle with a primary resident parent in another province is a long, difficult and expensive route. Be certain you have the financial war chest.

What may be your most likely route of success is to see the child apprehended by the province's children aid society, then offer yourself as a prospective kinship plan. However, your residence outside of Quebec will hamper this and may make it untenable.

If she is financially unstable, have you considered trying to bribe her to leave the child with you for a summer, or other period of time, and then initiating court proceedings locally under the guise that the child is with you? If she is prone to poor decisions, she may fail to protect her parenting rights in a timely fashion.

From both a cost perspective and success perspective, it may be cheaper and faster to pay her 4k to go to Europe for the summer, leaving the child with you, then to try to litigate the matter in another province.
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:23 PM
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Because the child is ordinarily resident in Quebec, the laws of the province will be relevant to your case. You may wish to research them or contact a lawyer with experience in Quebec.

If she is attempting to cut off contact with you, then the expectation should be that she does not want to acknowledge you as the (potential) father, nor share custody if you are the biological father.

A custody battle with a primary resident parent in another province is a long, difficult and expensive route. Be certain you have the financial war chest.

What may be your most likely route of success is to see the child apprehended by the province's children aid society, then offer yourself as a prospective kinship plan. However, your residence outside of Quebec will hamper this and may make it untenable.

If she is financially unstable, have you considered trying to bribe her to leave the child with you for a summer, or other period of time, and then initiating court proceedings locally under the guise that the child is with you? If she is prone to poor decisions, she may fail to protect her parenting rights in a timely fashion.

From both a cost perspective and success perspective, it may be cheaper and faster to pay her 4k to go to Europe for the summer, leaving the child with you, then to try to litigate the matter in another province.
Well, the truth is spoken. Sadly, I don't think that this is what most people conceive as justice.

I GET why the system is the way it is. That doesn't make it right. So much for the best interests of the child.

No wonder we have a judge (Brownstone) speaking out.
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Old 04-19-2013, 02:20 AM
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Well she refused when I asked the other night. Might just have to think visitation if my lawyer thinks it will be too tuff then. but the dna for sure
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