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Court Dismisses Motion to Lift Supervised Access Order

At what point is it reasonable to terminate an order for supervised access? That is the very question the court considered in a recent case. As the court noted, while resolution is always encouraged, judges have the ultimate responsibility to ensure that orders in relation to children are safe and appropriate. The Children’s Aid Society …

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Stopping Cellphone Videoing in Custody Cases

Cellphone videos and photos have become an epidemic in family law cases.  Almost every client who comes in the door wants to show me a video of his or her spouse behaving badly.  This is particularly so in custody cases.  One parent videos (often surreptitiously) the other parent’s interactions with the child, in the hopes …

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