What is the impact on stability and stability of the child of a parent in deciding a school?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Mokhov v. Ratayeva, 2021 ONSC 5454 (CanLII):

One factor that is typically considered when determining the best interests of the child in deciding a choice of school is any impact on the stability of the child. This may include examining whether there is any prospect of one of the parties moving in the near future; where the child was born and raised; and whether a move will mean new child care providers or other unsettling features: see Askalan v. Taleb, 2012 ONSC 4746, cited in Thomas, at para. 37.

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