Parenting Law and Practice in Canada (formerly Child Custody Law and Practice) (Print + ProView online)

Ann Wilton; Gary Joseph; Tara Train

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Editor: James G. McLeod

This reference work guides the practitioner through all aspects of law and practice related to custody and access in Canada. The expert commentary covers the stages of a custody-access proceeding including interim proceedings, decisions on the merits, enforcement, variation and appeals. This work examines the substantive and procedural law as well as negotiation, tactical, and advocacy skills.

Alternative dispute resolution methods are considered, as are other topics of current interest such as the expansion of access rights including access for grandparents, child representation, mobility rights, and the effect of religion upon custody and access. This is an essential tool for family law practitioners. This comprehensive manual is fully indexed and includes custody legislation from each province. Periodic supplements keep the law and practice completely current.

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