When will a father's decision that he would like to move to Canada with his children be overturned?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Larose v. Larose, 2002 BCCA 366 (CanLII):

In all the circumstances, and according the custodial parent's views the "respect" to which they are entitled (Gordon v. Goertz, at para. 49), the father's decision that the move would be in the children's best interests should be permitted to prevail.

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