What are the reasons for decision arising out of a trial that was about parenting and support arrangements for the parties' two-year-old son?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Harry v. Moore, 2021 ONCJ 387 (CanLII):

[1] On June 17, 2021 the court released its reasons for decision arising out of a trial that was about the parenting and support arrangements for the parties’ two-year-old son. See: Harry v. Moore, 2021 ONCJ 341.

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