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Family Law - Custody and access - Considerations - Best interests of child - Conduct of parents - Abuse or neglect of child - Expert report or assessment - Access - Conditions - Supervision

Thursday, September 29, 2016 @ 8:00 PM  

Appeal by the mother from an order granting the father unsupervised access with their eight-year-old son and six-year-old daughter. The mother also sought to adduce fresh evidence on appeal. In May 2015, the mother was named the children’s primary caregiver and the father was granted access three times per week. The father’s access was to be supervised for three months because the children alleged they played a licking game with the father that, if true, amounted to sexual abuse. The daughter later recanted the allegations. The...