How A Parent’s Move Can Impact Access Schedules

For parents who are divorced or separated, the start of the school year can bring with it conflict in a relationship that is otherwise free…
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Father’s Refusal To Discuss COVID-19 Parenting Leads To A Loss Of Access

The emergence of COVID-19 and the safety measures put in place to slow its spread has led to a huge change in the way people…
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Unnecessary Litigation Met With Criticism By Court In A COVID-19 World

Vexatious litigation is not something that is well-received by the courts at the best of times. However, during these days of COVID-19, unnecessary or frivolous…
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Behaviour During COVID-19 Continues To Impact Family Court Decisions

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 we have used our blog to share news on how the courts are operating as well as cases that illustrate…
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COVID-19 And Its Impact On Access

Over the last few weeks, we have been writing about how COVID-19 is impacting the judicial system in Ontario, including reduced operations with the exceptions…
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Grandparents Insistence On Involving A Child In Their Religion Leads To Conflict With Mother

In most situations it’s heartwarming when grandparents want to spend time with their grandchildren. However, in a recent case before the Provincial Court of British…
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What Rights To Access Do Stepparents Have Upon Separation?

Custody and access issues can often arise when parents go through a separation or divorce. Importantly, custody disputes are not exclusive to biological parents alone.…
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How Far Must A Parent Go To Prove A Change In Behaviour In Order To Regain Access?

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently heard a motion from a father who was seeking to reinstate access to his eight-year-old-son, who he had…
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Court Grants Security of Costs for Custody and Access Appeal

A recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice took a look at how to handle the issue of security of costs during a…
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