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CUSTODY AND ACCESS - Considerations - Best interests of child - Custody - Primary residence - Practice and procedure - Orders - Variation or amendment of orders - Changed circumstances

Tuesday, February 07, 2017 @ 10:06 AM  

Appeal by the paternal grandparents from an order varying the child’s primary residence. The parents lived in a common law relationship for approximately 18 months. They had one child, age seven. Shortly after the child was born, he suffered head trauma and underwent surgery. Both parents denied responsibility for harming the child. The mother was charged with assault, but the charges were later withdrawn. After the parties separated, Child and Family Services (CFS) intervened. They placed the child in foster care and then in the care...