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When the Office of the Children’s Lawyer goes too far

By Andrew Feldstein

It is not common that we see costs awarded against the Office of the Children’s Lawyer (OCL). In this case, the judge finds that the OCL weighed too heavily in favour of the mother’s position, which ultimately prolonged the trial. The parties had one child who primarily lived with the father and his parents, and lived with the mother and her parents almost every weekend. Both parties brought motions for sole custody. The father’s motion was granted and the mother’s motion was dismissed. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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