What is the impact of a preliminary order preventing a mother from moving without her children?

Alberta, Canada


The following excerpt is from Archibald v. Archibald, 2004 ABQB 256 (CanLII):

The mother’s continued assertion to her role of primary care giver is revealing. When a preliminary order of this court (Veit J., Archibald v. Archibald 2004 ABQB 116) prevented her from moving without the children until the matter was resolved, she elected to incur double costs to stay in the community of Viking and raise her children there.

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