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Hello! My name is Debra (formerly known as Legal Ease). Thank you for your question. I'm reviewing it now, and will post back again shortly.
I am here and will be online for most of the time until much, much later except that I have to feed kids at some point.
When you are read why not send the agreement to this post with your question.
Then you can post each of your other questions on new posts and just be sure to say this is for Debra as well. So then I will be the one to answer.
They aren't attached.
Can you try again?Thanks
I will answer all the questions before I go to bed to night if I get them all. The only reason why that would not happen is if I have problems with my Internet. I had problems all yesterday and the day before but today so far it's fine. Rogers is not sending someone until Wednesday though, sigh.14 is well into the age where courts consider the child's wishes quite heavily in most cases. So as long as your child is articulate and presents as clearly understanding the issues an assessor, if needed, would likely conclude that your child's wishes should be given much weight.
That coupled with your evidence should make your case particularly strong.
I do have the two attachments.My Internet is still fine. I am sorry about yours.I don't know what any of those messages say. Sorry!
I answered a short while ago on your new post. I am available when you need me.