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Toronto mother, 42, fined more than $35,000 in messy domestic dispute PDF Print E-mail
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TORONTO - A Toronto mother has been fined more than $35,000 for alienating her three daughters from their father after the couple's marriage broke down.

An Ontario Superior Court judge said the woman blithely flouted a series of court orders aimed at restoring her children's relationship with their father.

Justice Faye McWatt said the evidence of contempt is overwhelming.

The children - aged 14, 11 and 9 - now live in the sole custody of their father and the 42-year-old mother is not allowed to communicate with them.

In January, McWatt ruled the mother's campaign to convince the girls their father was a bad person was nothing short of emotional abuse.

The judge ordered the children to receive intensive therapy in the U.S. for children affected by 'parental alienation syndrome.'

'This was a case about a parent who did not care about what was best for her children,' the father's lawyer, Harold Niman, said Thursday.

'The contempt findings and penalties will hopefully make it clear to other like-minded parents that orders are to be taken seriously and there are consequences to those parents who ignore them.'

 



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