I only researched the case provided by Tealwood.
But it's an excellent remark. Seems like Tealwood was quoting a case from New Jersey to attempt to argue with me about Canadian law. I should have seen this! Good point.
I actually was responding to someone who suggested...
In the US, this is not an issue
I erroneously figured that the geography lessons in Quebec would have given one the understanding that NJ was not a Canadian Provincial court...clearly identified or Utah or even Michigan....all US based courts that have seen step parents being required to pay child support for children not biologically their own...
But i did get home late from doing duties for the children...so I will have fun later in the week.
Christensen v. Christensen
In the 1991 case of JWP v. WW 255 NJS 1
Miller v. Miller, 97 N.J.
CS.....no Canadian Provinces are identified as N.J.