Child custody disputes can be some of the most challenging and emotional aspects of a separation or divorce. In Ontario, both parents have legal rights and responsibilities for their children, even if they are separated or divorced.
When a couple decides to end their relationship, it can be a difficult time for everyone involved, especially for children. Children often experience emotional trauma during a separation or divorce, and the custody of the children can be a major source of conflict between parents. In Ontario, the law recognizes the importance of maintaining a meaningful relationship between children and both parents, even after separation or divorce. As such, both parents have the right to make decisions about their children’s upbringing, education, and healthcare, unless a court order or agreement specifies otherwise.
Here are some of Ontario’s most important child custody rights:
- Right to equal parenting time
- Right to make decisions about your child’s care
- Right to be consulted on major decisions
- Right to access your child’s information
- Right to participate in your child’s life
It’s important to remember that child custody disputes can be very complex, and it’s often best to seek the advice of a qualified family law lawyer. A lawyer can help you understand your rights and responsibilities, and can provide guidance on how to navigate the legal system to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your children.
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