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- Will your child be religious? Which religion?
- Which property will the child live in?
- Where will they go to school? Will they learn another language?
- Which sports will they plan?
Non-Port Coquitlam Lawyer Locations
- Oakville Family Lawyer
- Hamilton Family Lawyer
- Scarborough Family Lawyer
- Kingston Family Lawyer
- Burlington Family Lawyer
- Edmonton Family Lawyer
- Mississauga Family Lawyer
- London Family Lawyer
- Toronto Family Lawyer
You need to be able to make decisions and support your child (emotionally and financially.) On the other side of it, you have a right to see your children. Sometimes if you are a danger to the child (drugs or live in an unsafe place) a judge might not let you see the child. But that is rare as there will need to be a lot of serious evidence against you.
Remember that a judge will care about what is in the best interest of the child, not in your best interest. Further, the judge will care more about your child than your ex-spouse.
The law In Port Coquitlam
You will need to give two months’ notice to the other parent if you want to move away with a child. If the parent agrees, then there should be problems. But remember to get a lawyer to write out an agreement so you have it in writing.
If the other spouse doesn’t agree, then things get expensive and ugly. Also, you will need to hire a lawyer to speak to a judge for you. Child custody battles are often full of emotion. Give plenty of time (more than 2-months) before the move to work out the disagreement. Keep in mindbattles can go on for years.
In conclusion, reach out to us if you need a Port Coquitlam lawyer. There are British Columbia family lawyers available who will work hard to represent you. All the lawyers are members of the Canadian Bar Association.
Port Coquitlam Lawyers can provide these legal services:
- Dealing with family authorities
- Filing application to the court for family law
- Going through disclosure
- Family law trials
- Responding to applications filed against you in court
- Self-represented coaching
- Court applications and motions