Several years after separating and having been granted shared custody, our client moved back to their native region of Trois-Rivières. The shared custody arrangement eventually became untenable, and both parties were claiming sole custody as well as seeking child support payments.
After presentation of the arguments and facts to the court, the judge agreed that our client offered greater stability and a better psychosocial environment for the two children involved.
Our client regained sole custody of their two children and was granted child support, paid by the Plaintiff.
In the second case, our client, the Defendant, was contesting the child’s mother’s claim and was seeking to maintain shared custody of his child, even if the latter now lived in the Arthabaska region.
The opposing party’s arguments could not measure up to those put forward by Ariane. Indeed, this loving father, who was constantly present for his child, represented both a safe harbour and stability for the latter. In the end, the judge leaned in favour of our arguments, and the client continued to share custody of his daughter with his ex-spouse.
Our clients don’t always win their case. See notice.