New Brunswick Child Support Lawyers help client emancipate child by defeating claim that child was too disabled to be emancipated

New Brunswick Child Support Lawyers help client emancipate child by defeating claim that child was too disabled to be emancipated

Client:  S.K.

This client has been fighting a war with the other side for years.  The other side will stop at nothing to prevent him from having a relationship with him which the judge actually acknowledged.  Despite a court order that requires the other side to provide this client with various documents and other information, she refused to do so.  The client filed a motion on his own but then decided to get us involved.  The mother claimed that the child was too disabled to be emancipated and provided the court with a number of documents.  We fought back hard and after two court appearances, we were able to get the child emancipated because we showed that she failed to meet her burden of proof.

Thus, this is just another case with a Kruvant issue in which we were successful. 

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Posted on September 19, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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