Ontario Family Law Podcast
How Judges Decide Child Custody Cases
Sometimes child custody cases become very difficult, adversarial, and drawn out battles that are terrible for the kids. Those cases cane be difficult cases for Family Court Judges to decide. After a child custody case went very wrong in Manitoba, CJOB News Director, Richard Cloutier, interviewed John Schuman about child custody and access cases.
In this interview Richard and John discuss some important topics in family law, and particular to child custody:
- What are the most important things judges consider when deciding child custody cases
- How child custody cases go wrong and how they can harm the kids
- How parents can lose perspective when fighting over child custody
- The alternatives to court to avoid big fights and better protect the kids
- When going to Family Court is necessary and when it is not
- Why child custody cases can drag out
- How parents lose child custody cases
Listen to this short radio segment to gain excellent insight into how child custody cases are decided in Family Court and how to do the best things for yourself and your kids.
The featured expert on this radio interview is John Schuman. John is a Certified Specialist in Family Law and the author of the Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is available as an e-book for Amazon Kindle or Kobo, and as an iBook for iPad, iPhone and Mac, or as a paperback from Amazon and other fine book sellers. Anyone who has to deal with issues related to child custody, child access or parenting after separation should rely on both that book, and the Ontario Family Law Podcast for easy-to-understand information and advice about how the law applies to their case and what are the best ways to address their concerns. The book also covers all the other related family law issues, such as child support, spousal support, property division and restraining orders. To get your copy of the book, click on the picture of the book above and to the left.
Contact John Schuman, Certified Specialist in Family Law and Divorce Trial Lawyer, mediator, arbitrator and collaborative lawyer, to get help with your child custody case. To reach him, either call 416-446-5869, email him or fill out form below and click “send.” We respond promptly whenever someone contacts us.