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Child custody

Posted in Hamilton, Location, Ontario, Separation by Questions on October 24, 2013

My common law partner says his 2 year old is his #1 priority, yet he shows no interest in her whatsoever but has expressed interest in introducing her to his new girlfriend and her family – because they want to meet her. (We’ve only be separated for 1month). I am writing a will and fighting for full custody. I would like to grant my parents guardianship of my daughter, so my ex does not gain custody if I should pass away. How do I go about ensuring they can have a legal chance of gaining full custody. I know he can fight it in court. But I would like to protect my daughter as much as I can. (He has a drinking, gambling and debt problem)

1 Expert Comment

  1. On October 25, 2013 at 2:45 pm
    Barry Nussbaum, JD, MBA said:

    THIS CAN BE DONE ,DEPENDING ON THE NATURE OF THE FACTS. GENERALLY, PARENTS RIGHTS COME BEFORE GRANDPARENTS BUT THAT CAN BE SET ASIDE IF THE FACTS SUPPORT THE CHILDREN GOING TO THE GRANDPARENTS (DRINKING PROBLEM)

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