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Family Law - CUSTODY AND ACCESS - Considerations - Expert report or assessment - Custody - Sole custody - Practice and procedure - Evidence - Contempt - What constitutes

Thursday, December 01, 2016 @ 7:00 PM  

Appeal by the mother from findings of contempt of earlier orders, as well as from an order varying custody from joint to sole custody in favour of the father. The parties divorced in August 2014. The child was placed in their joint custody, with each party having full parental responsibilities and being liable to pay for a parenting coordinator. The parties’ incomes for support purposes were set at $200,000 each in a subsequent order. In that same order, net family property was valued at $1.4 million,...