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Old 01-28-2017, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by LovingFather32 View Post
It honestly sounds like you've done your homework. Arabian and Trinton have given you some good stuff also.

I hope your CC brief was...."brief".
LF32 i'm really happy you chimmed in here... I value your opinion and experience in these matters.

My brief is "BRIEF", however i've inlcuded several TABs in order to further clarifying my points. I have a total of 29 items enumerated in my brief. I have a total on 10 Tabs within it.

These tabs include:
  • Calendar explaning the current access & how it's not in the best interest of the children
  • Calendar with the proposed access schedule and how it's in the best interest of the children
  • CASE LAW Izyuk v Bilousov 2011 ONSC 7476: - Schmidt v. Haley, 2004 CanLII 34344 (ON S.C.)
  • Email of the applicant not notifying me where the children are when there's a change in the pickup locaitons
  • Email of the application refusing to modify the access unless its in her favor
  • Email of the respondant (me) trying to amically resolve the issue
  • pictures of the respondant (me) doing activities with the children ; camping; fishing; .....
  • Incident reports of A5 issues at school
  • copy of a diploma of a communication class order during the last SC

Would it be usefull to post it here? I know it's kind of late as i've already filed it.

Originally Posted by LovingFather32 View Post
2. Need judicial intervention. OP is inflexible on access, etc.
3. REASONABLE: "I will always promote and respect the mothers role ion the children's life"...our children deserve and "WANT" an equal relationship with both of us.
4. MAXIMUM CONTACT: Hammer this down the courts throat. Use caselaw .. there's a ton of it.
Can you maybe point me to a few caselaw that you know of where this was applied?

Need judicial intervention:
I think this should be obvious to the judge as I filed a motion. MY CC brief demonstrates how i've tried to resolve this issue amicably. The OP said she would get back to me within 2-3 days... however never did.. I had to file a this motion to seek resolution.

I have this covered for sure... I have my CC brief and the document above to make sure I stay on track

Originally Posted by LovingFather32 View Post
I forget if there are accusations of abuse, drugs, etc. But bringing in a hair follicle test, etc and/or a clean police record would be attractive to a judge.
This has already been discussed at lenght by the OCL and the previous CC, SC.... They haven't addressed these issue in the motion and I don't intend on addressing them either.

Originally Posted by LovingFather32 View Post
Your sole objective in the CC is to get an endorsement in your favor. Endorsements are paper trials that future judges rely on heavily for subsequent judgements. Judges usually put little invisible messages and nuances for their buddy judges to read. GET THAT ENDORSEMENT. If you get one in your favor, consider it analogous to winning a motion.
Get the endorsement by speaking in a low, non-aggressive tone, remaining reasonable and resolution-focused, organized and sticking to the best interests of the child. Some of the things you hear will make your blood boil....don't feed in to it. She will make this about "YOU". You will make it about how it will be good for KIDS. The second the judge sees both parents are mud slingers, you're both screwed. Be the bigger person.
Do I request this at the begining or at the end?
What is the likelyhood the judge would order anything during the CC?

Originally Posted by LovingFather32 View Post
She will make this about "YOU".
Did you read their response? LOL. This is totaly the case. They even drag my GF into the response. More false allegations; not changing diapers and sending the children back dirty.

Re: dirty she has send A5 to school with a nasty A$$ the point where the teacher send an e-mail.. I had initially intended on using it to deffent this item, however this would not be kid focussed.
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