Tag Archives: Childs

Jamaican Mother Loses Battle to Stop her Child’s Adoption by a Canadian Family

We’ve previously blogged about a Jamaican mother who had been seeking to stop the adoption of her son by a family in British Columbia. Recently, following a 4-day hearing, a B.C. Provincial Court judge ruled against the woman, granting custody … Continue reading

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NEWS YOU CAN USE: Mom, Stop Criticizing Your Child’s Father (if You Know What’s Good for Your Kids)….

NEWS YOU CAN USE: Mom, Stop Criticizing Your Child’s Father (if You Know What’s Good for Your Kids). Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Grandparent Visitation in New York: Do a Child’s Expressed Desires Weigh into the Court’s Decision?

In a previous post, we considered a situation in which the grandparents of a child or children sought visitation when the custodial parent was opposed to such visitation. This week, we consider a related, although slightly different situation in which … Continue reading

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Ask Carolyn: My Child’s Mother is Unfit. What Can I Do?: Carolyn Woodruff

Dear Carolyn, I reluctantly entered into a consent child custody order with the mother of my child in 2013. We were never married and never actually lived together. The child is now five having been born in 2011. I get … Continue reading

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The Most Critical Decision You Will Make When Creating Your Child’s Special Needs Trust

There are many very important decisions to make when creating your child’s Special Needs Trust. But, the most important decision will be picking the person(s) who will be in charge of managing the trust. This person is known as the … Continue reading

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