My question is about a mother removing her children from the province they have lived in since they were born. <br />The children's father lives in the province, and does not want his children to be moved to a different province. Over the weekend, their mother secretly bought plane tickets and flew to Alberta with them. <p>They have never been married, and a custody agreement was never made between the two. Their father was seeing his children regularly, but would sometimes be refused access by the mother. One child is 2 and the other is 6 and in school. <br />Is she allowed to just take them? Or is there some way to make her come back? </p>
Answer by Harvey Brownstone
Posted about 3 years ago
I am a presiding Ontario family court judge, author of Tug of War & host of Family Matters with Justice Harvey Brownstone.
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