In what circumstances will the court order a custody and access order in the best interests of both parties?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Khan v. Ramsingh, 2019 ONCA 623 (CanLII):

In order to make custody and access orders in the best interests of the children, the court generally needs the participation of both parties: King v. Mongrain, 2009 ONCA 486, 66 R.F.L. (6th) 267, at paras. 23 and 31. In some cases, that may not be possible. In this case, it was.

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