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Old 01-09-2017, 09:08 PM
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I was going to let this go but I just can't help myself. You started this thread because of me after all
So above you state "the accusing parent should be deemed not fit to properly parent in my view". Do you mean false allegations relating to abuse or false allegations about anything period? If you are going to use false allegations about your ex to further yourself in court where do you draw the line on who is a "fit" parent or not? It's deplorable to falsely accuse a person of abuse, but manufacturing lies and false events in order to further your case....does this make an unfit parent too?


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Hi Angie ... thanks for stopping by.

To begin, you may have been the catalyst for this thread but I've been meaning to start it for a good while. I've observed threads being derailed on this topic so I thought I'd start a thread where we can get it all out.

Now let's discuss some of your points.

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So above you state "the accusing parent should be deemed not fit to properly parent in my view". Do you mean false allegations relating to abuse or false allegations about anything period?
I think "any" false allegations are deplorable and ridiculous....including what you say your ex is supposedly doing (although I do't believe you've even seen if he has yet).

However, I can tell you first hand that if you're accused of sexual/physical abuse it changes you forever. It's the most disgusting, outlandish hurtful thing that one person can do to another. The effects can be felt by the child as well as they're questioned by Dr's, detectives, police, witness counselors, etc. All to gain ground in court? You tell me Angie......is that on the same level as whipping up an e-ail about an argument in a Dr's office?

In Vucenovic v. Rieschi, 2012 ONCJ 658 (CanLII):

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While Ms. Rieschi claims to support Emilee’s relationship with her father, it is clear that she does not really want Mr. Vucenovic to have access to Emilee because otherwise, she would not keep focusing on allegations that he always “lays his hands on her [Emilee].” She cannot on the one hand profess a wish for Emilee to have regular access with her father while on the other complain at length about Mr. Vucenovic’s deficiencies as a person and parent, including having him charged on the eve of this trial on spurious allegations of harassment, and expect to be believed.

64. Furthermore, it would not even be enough to have supervised visits with counselling as that was already tried and proved an insufficient safeguard. Ms. Rieschi would first have to demonstrate through individual treatment that she has changed.
I can cite numerous cases whre judges actually use the terminology "not fit to parent" when it comes to false allegations of abuse or any kind. Unfortunately I can't find many for arguments in Dr' Offices or he said she said stuff, such as in your case.

I hope that answers your question.

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