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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 12-11-2011, 08:00 PM
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you have 50/50 in practice right now?

Apply for cctb yourself.
Apply for subsidized daycare yourself.
when you are denied for both or either - appeal.

My ex pulled that daycare thing on me. I applied for it myself, and was denied. I then appealed and won. If you are 50/50 and no court order has yet been made they are obligated to consider you for it as well. At worst they might reduce the other sides eligibility to only 2 weeks of the month.

The socialization arguement is a valid one - but a parent is capable of providing the same to child through play dates, Early Learning Years programs, etc.

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you have 50/50 in practice right now?

Apply for cctb yourself.
Apply for subsidized daycare yourself.
when you are denied for both or either - appeal.

My ex pulled that daycare thing on me. I applied for it myself, and was denied. I then appealed and won. If you are 50/50 and no court order has yet been made they are obligated to consider you for it as well. At worst they might reduce the other sides eligibility to only 2 weeks of the month.

The socialization arguement is a valid one - but a parent is capable of providing the same to child through play dates, Early Learning Years programs, etc.
Also, it is grounded in the horrible concept of "Psychological Neutrality" which was defunct years ago in the clinical research. Family law is not up-to-date on the aspects of child psychology and law.

Parents responsibility is to parent. The court should not control parents on how they parent unless it presents a risk of emotional and/or physical harm to a child. Being able to provide a child with a loving environment should not be a negative. Also, requiring the use of daycare because a parent works should not be a negative.

Good Luck!
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