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Old 05-25-2010, 04:01 PM
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Does that suggest that Ontario judges are encourage to pursue a shared parenting plan first unless one of the parents do not meet the criteria list....
To me - it suggests Justice Ingrim of the S.C.J views...as quoted from the media article:

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...Under the Children’s Law Reform Act, a mother and father are equally entitled to custody of a child. When an access dispute breaks out, judges use a list of criteria to determine whether or not to depart from an equal-access regime.

Judge Ingram ruled that Ms. Johne and Mr. Cavannah’s child would be best served by a 50/50 access arrangement....
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or is the criteria list bias towards mothers and that this presumption is a farce
Thats an entirely different subject. Just to clarify - Is the "criteria list" Section 24 of the CLR as enumerated?

Last edited by logicalvelocity; 05-25-2010 at 04:15 PM. Reason: corrected link - stuff happens
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