I would say anything that's above minus and adding is complex so take time.
i think u have 2 be 12 or older in my opinion
As long as they are minors they are not allowed to decide. Around the age of 12 the judge would listen to their opinion but they can not decide.
When your child reaches the age of 18 or finishes college, depending on how your support order is worded. Typically the child must be 18 years of age, and not in or going to college. This is just an opinion. There may be other considerations.
Like in most of the US, there is no specific age law in Canada. After age 12, the child isd consider capable to offer an opinion, but not a choice.
If the issue were to go to court, the judge will most likely base the ruling off the child's opinion. The age of the child (assuming the child is old enough to make a, somewhat, reasonable decision) really does not matter. For reference, I would say any child above the age of 7, but that is simply my opinion of what a reasonable age would be.
It depends on the age range this question is applicable to, if this was in a child's opinion, then it would be Garfield, because Garfield is more related to a child, whereas a child wouldn't have a clue who Mike Tyson is!
18. When you are around 15 the court might listen to you but they are not forced to follow your opinion.
Usually by age 12 they can effectively understand the situation and give their own opinion on whether or not to see their absent parent.
infant 0 - 3 months baby 3 - 12 months toddler 1 - 3 years child 3 - 11 years in my opinion... What I learnt was, Child-age 5 to 12 years, infant-three months to one year.
In my opinion RELIGIOUS RIGHTS are personal you can decide for your child till a specific age but not for life. So as a parent i would try to keep my child within my religious beliefs till the age he/she will be able to judge him/herself what is the right religion or even atheism for him/her. In this case you can try to avoid the contacts with the other (the Morman). At the age of the child (7 years) it is easy to manipulate the religious education, so as parents you can try to avoid the contact but NOT by force or psychological pressure, try to make your child to be accompanied by other children of JEWS community. In this way is the best way for your child to stay in parent's religious practice. Religious Education through community (Jews) is the best way (for my opinion).
This honestly depends on the individual situation. In my opinion, and I am only 22 years old, the child should not stay over at her boyfriend's residence until she is 18 years of age, and in turn, moved out of her parent's house. It is about instilling responsibility in the child/teenager. You have to structure it around them, and help to guide them into it.