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Old 03-23-2017, 09:21 AM
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Take a look at this new article in the National Post.
Christie Blatchford: Their child is almost 11 years old ? so is their child-custody fight | National Post
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That is so wrong . Family court should not allow litigation to go on for so long. Definitely not in that poor 11 year olds best interests!
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Take a look at this post from Tayken about that article...

http://www.ottawadivorce.com/forum/f...78/#post218852

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That is so wrong . Family court should not allow litigation to go on for so long. Definitely not in that poor 11 year olds best interests!
Read the response I wrote... I feel sorry for the kid. Truly. But, one has to read the case law to truly understand why it has been in the courts for 11 years. Case law demonstrates the full reason why this matter has taken so long.

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The last judge has wanted us on the trial list 3 trial sittings ago. One of earliest motion judges had wanted us on the trial list 4 years ago! The other side keeps pulling stunt after stunt to delay trial. The judges get mad and huffy but allow the delays. We are on the spring trial list but I have just received word the other side wants to delay...again!
How naive you are! It seems that people still do not understand what is going on in the family courts today.

Look at the quoted situation from a different angle. The main phrase is "allow the delays". Actually, it is a show of three actors for two spectators. The actors (judges & lawyers) are getting money till spectators (clients) are able to pay. It is nothing to do with meaning of justice, the law and your & children's suffering.

As a sample: If you hired a construction guy to build a fence and the construction person took your money and did nothing. Criminal Code of Canada classifies this situation as a fraud.

What are these "actors" now?
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The actors (judges & lawyers) are getting money till spectators (clients) are able to pay.
Judges do not get paid by the litigants. They are paid by the government.

Judges have no incentives whatsoever to delay cases.

And many delays are due to unrepresented litigants, where not even the lawyers are profiting.

The only "conspiracy" is that paralegals are not allowed to represent litigants in family law. But there isn't some big game to extend trials for no good reason.
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