Information About John Schuman’s Family Law Blog
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- Can Private School Students Avoid Vaccination?
The Ontario Government gives private schools significant freedom to operate as they like. But, can parents who do not want their children vaccinated send their children to private school to avoid vaccines? The Legal Requirement For Student Vaccination Parents who do not want their children vaccinate … Read more »
- Child Abduction By Parents in Situations of Family Violence
Family law matters are often contentious. This is especially true when parenting arrangements of a child are involved. The legal process can be time-consuming and emotionally draining, and how parties handle these situations vary. Recently in the news, the criminal proceedings of a Saskatoon woman, … Read more »
- Family Violence Challenges and the Aftermath of Sault Ste. Marie Tragedy
Over the last few years, family law legislation has been making ground-breaking changes in an attempt to take family violence more seriously. Considering recent events, it has become dramatically clear that family violence is still not dealt with the seriousness that it warrants. On Tuesday, October … Read more »
- California Bans Parental Alienation Treatments
On October 13, 2023, California Governor, Gavin Newsom, signed “Piqui’s Law”, putting it into force. The law is also known as the Safe Child Act. Senator, Susan Rubio sponsored it and the California Legislature gave it unanimous support. Piqui’s Law amends section 3190 of the California Family Code … Read more »
- Will a Family Court Judge Make a Kid Live With a Parent When They Don’t Get Along?
The short answer is yes. Separated parents in Family Court find that judges are very likely to make a child, even a teenager, live with a parent that child does not like. What parents need to do in that situation is complicated. Increasingly, Family Court Judges are less concerned about a child’s, e … Read more »