In the decision of Gilewich v. Gilewich, 2001 SKQB 536 Archambault J. said at paragraph 41: The courts are generally hesitant to make a joint custody and shared parenting order where there is ongoing and a high degree of conflict between the parents. Such orders have not usually been effective unless the parties are disposed to co-operate in the best interests of the children.
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