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Old 10-11-2016, 03:32 PM
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Parents should think twice about trying to move a child to another city in the middle of a custody dispute. In any contest between "best interests of the child" and "fait accompli" — best interests will always prevail.
- Justice Pazaratz

http://www.canlii.org/en/on/onsc/doc...6onsc5621.html

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17 The status quo — and avoiding reckless creation of a new status quo — are important considerations.

18 For clarity:

a. The issue is not whether a parent should ever be allowed to relocate a child's residence an hour away. The abundant caselaw on mobility makes it clear that in appropriate circumstances — after thorough consideration of all of the evidence -- much greater moves have been approved as being in the best interests of the child.

b. The issue is whether a parent should be allowed to unilaterally impose a change to a child's routine which will subvert a successful status quo, and create an entirely self-serving new status quo in the middle of a custody dispute and in the middle of a section 112 investigation.
Caselaw is not in your favour...
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