What are some cases in which the co-parenting option was rejected and sole custody and guardianship was ordered because the parents were unable to communicate effectively?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Kuo v. Chu, 2008 BCSC 504 (CanLII):

Counsel have referred me to cases in which a co-parenting option was rejected and sole custody and guardianship was ordered because the parents were unable to achieve the level of communication necessary to make joint custody and guardianship work effectively: Bain v. Bain, 2008 BCCA 49; V.J.M. v. M.M.W., 2002 BCSC 160.

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