What To Do If A Child Won’t See One Parent

August 22nd, 2014 by

What To Do If A Child Won’t See One Parent

What To Do If A Child Won't See One Parent | DSF Ontario Family Law-Podcasts by John P. Schuman

The Ontario Family Law Podcast deals with issues related to marriage, separation, divorce and even some child welfare issues. The main host is John Schuman, who is a Certified Specialist, family lawyer, mediator, arbitrator and collaborative lawyer and heads the Family Law Group at Devry Smith Frank LLP.

On of the most difficult circumstances in Family Law is when a child refuses to see one parent. The parent who is not seeing the child feels hurt, angry, and excluded from the child’s life. The other parent feels blamed, cornered and under attack. In these difficult situations it is very important to do the right things. Doing the wrong thing can really hurt the children. It can also get you into some serious trouble in Family Court. Unfortunately, what many parents to instinctively in these situations is often the worst choice. In this podcast, Certified Specialist in Family Law, John Schuman, explains the situation from both parents perspective – the perspective of the parent with the kids, and the parent who is not seeing them. He then explains what Family Court Judges expect each parent to do in these circumstances and the best strategy for each parent to adopt. Those strategies not only protect the kids in a difficult situation in divorce, but also keep the parents on the right side of the Family Law Judges so they do not lose everything, including the kids, in Family Court.

[Podcast #19] What To Do If A Child Won’t See One Parent


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