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Child Custody

When a marriage or common law relationship with children dissolves, child custody must be determined. Custody is not to be confused with residence—determining which parent has child custody is not deciding where the child will live, but who is responsible for making important decisions on behalf of the child. Sole custody or joint custody are possible outcomes; if the separating partners cannot agree on child custody, it may be necessary to bring the matter to court.

Catherine A. Haber is experienced in matters of child custody and can help you avoid having to take this matter to court. If alternative forms of resolution are not successful, Ms. Haber can effectively represent your interests. She can also represent the interests of a child/children involved in custody debates, through the Office of the Children’s Lawyer in Ontario.

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Book an Appointment

Contact Catherine A. Haber to book a consultation and begin the resolution process today.

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