VANCOUVER, B.C. — In a case of extreme parental alienation, a mother has been banned by a B.C. Supreme Court judge from seeing her teenage daughter for more than a year.
The judge has ordered that both the mother and maternal grandmother have no contact with the girl, which would be enforced by police if necessary.
The court has also ordered the mother to pay $320 per month for the girl’s counselling, on top of the child support she is already paying.
B.C. court bars mother from seeing daughter for more than a yearPublished 17. March 2009 Besuchsrecht , Eltern-Kind-Entfremdung , Elternschaft , falsche Vorwürfe , Gerichte , Kanada , Mütter , Väter Leave a Comment