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Old 03-09-2021, 01:12 PM
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Mobility issues are complex. Sounds like your first appearance was before the Honourable Mr. Justice Czutrin in the Toronto Superior Court. All the jurisdiction shoppers end up in front of him and he sends them all back to the proper courts immediately.

Usually, though the justice in the TSC will make a temporary without prejudice order to insure the child is returned the jurisdiction and that an access (residency) schedule is put in place.

You need a lawyer. Badly. There are complexities to your file but, upon first hearing, even in the wrong court, your lawyer should have been pushing for an access schedule and the immediate return of the child to Kitchener.

As well, when the matter was moved to Kitchener your lawyer should have immediately motioned for the return of the child and establishment of an access order.

Find the best lawyer in Kitchener for Mobility. Unfortunately I don't know any to recommend. You could go with a Toronto lawyer but, the cost for them to drive to Kitchener is $$$.
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