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Article 26 and Demand of Financial Support

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1 Article 26 and Demand of Financial Support on Sat Mar 11, 2017 4:16 am


Arresto Menor
My partner and I have been living as common law couple for more than 5 years. We have a child. He had an affair and got the girl pregnant. By his accounts, it looked like the girl intentionally got herself pregnant because she made him believe she was safe and taking precautions.
She knew he has a family, I even talked to her to save herself from further complications. But she went ahead with the affair and later kept on  boasting how little I know about it. I went through pretty serious problems because of her, I was even hospitalized. And about the child, she arrogantly told us during confrontation that she doesn't need anything from my partner and rejected his offer to acknowledge the child on the BC.
Now she wants financial support and even threatening to file a case.

Question is, do I have a strong case against her re Art 26?
What can we do about her demand for financial support if she has rejected previously?

Thanks in advance.

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