$500,000 in legal fees and a trial which lasted 36 days. Criminal court case? No. Actually, family court and about court-ordered access to a 7-year-old child by her estranged parents. The court ruled for the father after the judge ruled the case “a perfect storm of unbridled, destructive emotions” spun from the mother’s ‘obsessive, smothering, possessiveness toward their young child.”
How does a parent become so dramatically engaged in keeping a child from seeing the other parent, often in violation of a court directive to do so?
Have you experienced a child support, custody, access situation in family court in Canada? Were you treated fairly? And do you understand when family court judges urge “family court is the last place you want to be with your child access, custody and support challenges?”
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