“She said she was on the pill.”
That refrain is often heard by family lawyers from male clients who have been served with an application for child support. Variations include, “She told me she couldn’t get pregnant” and “It wasn’t my idea — before I knew it, she was all over me.”
Each province and territory has legislation in place that requires the parents of a child to pay child support, no matter how conception occurred.
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