Articles by Rick Peticca

Rick Peticca

Rick Peticca is a family lawyer at Shulman Law Firm Professional Corporation.

Do You Have to Pay Support for the Step-Child Who Won’t Speak to You?

Needless to say, child support cases can involve an array of different scenarios and permutations:  Some are more run-of-the-mill than others.   Among the less-common scenarios involves the question of whether a step-parent must […]

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Can Bilingual Parent Insist on French-Language Education for Child?

When parents are separated or divorced, can one of them insist on giving their child a French-language education, over the objections of the other?  This was the question in a recent Ontario child […]

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Can’t Get Along? How Poor Communication Affects Custody Determinations

It likely goes without saying that in order to effectively parent your children after you and your Ex have separated, it’s important to communicate effectively with each other.  The ability to do this […]

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Should Kids Be Forced To Do Overnight Visits?

We all know that in most situations involving separation and divorce, the children of the marriage nonetheless benefit from having frequent and regular contact with both parents.  This often involves one parent having […]

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Can I Move Across the Country – or Across the Globe – With My Kid?

If you are a separated or divorced parent, you recognize the necessity for compromise.   From the vantage-point of the parent with full or shared custody, this usually includes accommodating custody/access times, and negotiating […]

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