June 18, 2018|Written By Michael McKiernan
John Schuman says the family law bar is still reeling from the Tax Court of Canada’s judgment in Harder v. The Queen.
Family lawyers say Canada’s outdated tax laws are penalizing former spouses who enter shared parenting arrangements for the care of their children.
Biological dads score win at Florida Supreme Court on antiquated rule
By Jane Musgrave – Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Christopher Farrell holds his infant son in October 2015.
Equal Shared Parenting – Thought of the Day
Issue #7: July 5, 2018
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“Carey Linde is a brilliant attorney with not just the experience, but also the integrity, insight and courage to replace the best interests of his pocketbook with the best interests of our children. Dad: Win without a Lawyer is one of the most important books ever written for the millions of children whose dads either cannot afford to have an attorney fight for them in court or who do not wish to use their college education money to do so.
In 40 years of family law I have never met a dead beat dad, if by “dead beat” one means a father who willfully and with intent is underemployed for the sole purpose of avoiding child support. What I have seen are legions of fathers whose changing circumstances prevent them from earning what they would like, or used to bring home.
On March 27 2017: Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia says in court: “Mr. Linde, one of your great qualities is you are a passionate advocate.”
I have been maintaining for years that a parent who alienates a child against the other parent is guilty of child abuse. At best it should be a criminal offense, no different from a parent willfully breaking the arm of a their child. At the least it should be grounds for government agencies to remove the child from the alienator’s home and place the child with the target parent.
Different cultures have varying customs on when children should have a regular bed of their own. Intact families are left to their own choices on this usually without interference from the state. The issue becomes critical when a mother in a custody dispute enmeshes her children by keeping them in her bed.