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November 2016 Archives

Boy in child custody case ordered to stop dressing like a girl

When a husband and wife with children separate, the family separates, too. Decisions must then be made over what happens to those children. If the parents cannot agree on child custody arrangements, the issue must be resolved before the court. Once in the courtroom, however, things can go beyond the control of the parents and the outcomes are not always pleasing. One such event took place in an Alberta court late last year.

Five-year child custody dispute peaks as kids taken away in cuffs

When parents divorce, sometimes it is the children who suffer the most. If custody and visitation arrangements cannot be agreed upon, it may be up to the Alberta courts to enforce a solution. In a bizarre recent example of what can happen when a child custody battle gets out of hand, innocent children ended up being treated like criminals.

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