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Asking my fellow Canadians,,, two part question

Would anyone like to explain the basics of laws against single parents who decide to date and eventually allow their children/child to meet the new person they’ve fallen in love with and possibly eventually get engaged to and move in with this person…

I’m asking any everyday, successful person who might know Canadian law.

Also, if you’ve had a child with someone you may never have lived with, what are the things/laws thwy can control and force you to do if you’re trying to date/meet potential mate.

Thank you for any feedback

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  1. Coleman says:

    There are no family or civil laws that prevent you from having your own life. You are free to do as you wish. Nothing allows anyone to control you in any way, even if children are involved. As a parent, you simply follow common sense to protect and put your child first and having relationships is your personal affair.

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